Skeet Reese get stuck on a sandbar early on Day 1 at the Delaware River.
Elite Series pros eagerly launch their boats on Day 1 of the Bassmaster Elite on the Delaware River.
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Like any self-respecting redneck, I done broke some of my stuff today. My iPad keyboard has gone and separated itself from my iPad. And like any self-respecting redneck, I've figured out a better place to put it — the screen, that is. It's now "mounted" in the dash of Don Ahart's Triton. Wah-la! Remote keyboard.
Skeet Reese is stuck on a sandbar. The tide is coming in, so if he can't get off on his own, the rising water should do it for him.
Paul Elias fishes the Delaware River with the City of Brotherly Love in the background. He hooks his first fish of the day — a beautiful 3 1/2-plus-pound largemouth. Photos by Bassmaster Marshal Brian Christy.
Between the Delaware River and all its tributary creeks, there's a lot of water to fish in this tournament. But most anglers think it will "fish small" this week. "When it comes crunch time, everybody is going to end up on the same areas," Aaron Martens said yesterday. Sure enough, on the first place we stopped this morning, Brandon Palaniuk and Byron Velvick are fishing within casting distance of each other.
Elite pros sign up for heated competition in the City of Brotherly Love.
Delaware River presents a challenge like no other on the Elite Series.