Sixteen Junior Bassmasters will get a chance to contribute to their team's weights during the final day of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Eastern Divisional at Lake Champlain.
Connecticut continues to lead the team competition but New York is not far behind.
Vermont's Sjobeck goes on scouting mission and ends Day Two with Eastern Divisional lead.
Eastern Divisional anglers face a tough day ahead as wind and rain started about 25 minutes before take-off.
Yesterday’s weather was nearly perfect for smallmouth fishing during the B.A.S.S Federation Nation Eastern Divisional, but today will be a different story at Lake Champlain.
The leader averaged 4 pounds per fish on Day One, and a 5-5 was the biggest bass of the day on Champlain.
Jamie Hartman lists his occupation as part-time truck driver and part-time fisherman, but today he acted more like a full-fledged pro angler.
The vast waters of Lake Champlain make it an equal opportunity fishery for the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Eastern Divisional anglers this week.
Lake Champlain could be anybody’s game: Where the fish are caught will depend mainly on how the weather fares.
The river could deliver a double whammy to competitors in the Federation Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional presented by Yamaha and Skeeter.