Take a GoPro look at the Day 2 launch of the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake.
Skeet Reese is trying to make up for the ground he lost yesterday in the AOY race. After finishing 6th on the Delaware River, Reese came into this tournament third in the AOY standings, only 12 points behind leader Greg Hackney. After his 58th place total of 13-4 Thursday, Reese dropped back to 8th place, 66 points behind Hackney.
Day 2 launch gets underway for the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake.
So, we're running down lake, looking for leaders, when a bright orange spot appears on the horizon. "I don't know who that is in the orange shorts but you can see him from a mile away," said Bassmaster.com photographer James Overstreet. "Let's go see who that is."
Photo by Marshal Barb Elliot.
This is Marshal Barb Elliot's view of takeoff from Billy McCaghren's boat, and below is his first cast of the day.
Bassmaster emcee Dave Mercer often uses this term "freak of nature" when an Elite Series angler brings a big bass on-stage. But never has a bigger-bellied "freak of nature" crossed the Elite Series weigh-in stage than the one Edwin Evers brought there Thursday.
More photos of the Elites on the first day of competition in the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite on Cayuga Lake event!
See what the pros brought to the scales on the first weigh-in of the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake.