Scanlon's lead not surprising; the upset was Days One and Two leader Greg Vinson's fall to 23rd place, knocking him out of the game.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Greg Vinson could well have been running a line in his head from an old children’s verse: “Saturday’s child works hard for a living.”
The wind blew harder, the water level rose and its temperature dropped, but Greg Vinson figured out the changing Bull Shoals Lake fishing conditions to lead the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest on Day One.
Strong storms heading straight toward Bull Shoals Lake, Ark., early Thursday morning forced B.A.S.S. officials to postpone the start of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest.
Elites return to Bull Shoals but there’s one big change everyone can see: the water clarity has transformed from so-so to aquarium-grade.
For Brandon Card, 26, and Brandon Palaniuk, 25, the next stop on the Elite Series schedule, Bull Shoals Lake, reminds them of home waters.
Third-year Elite pro Keith Combs of Huntington, Texas, locked out 11 other finalists Monday in the Rigid Industries Falcon Slam, including his biggest threat after three rounds, four-time Bassmaster Classic champ and Zen master of bass fishing, Rick Clunn.