FLORENCE, Ala. -- The pre-tournament buzz for the 99 pros fishing Pickwick Lake focused on choosing between a revitalized largemouth population and world-class smallmouth fishery.
Three Elite Series anglers, Timmy Horton, Dean Rojas and Mike Iaconelli were able to put bad days behind them after Day One of the Alabama Charge and make a charge of their own into the top-50 cut.
Davy Hite and Keith Poche have learned how to work side-by-side over the first two days of the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake. Both Poche and Hite noted that the spots appear to be replenishing each day, and they'll be back there again on Friday to defend their spots and try to outdo each other.
FLORENCE, Ala.-- Some of the more amusing and interesting comments at the Day Two weigh-in made by anglers participating in the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake.
This photo album is part three of a three part album that contains images take on the water during the 2011 Alabama Charge. This Elite Series tournament was held on Pickwick Lake, Alabama.
This photo album is part two of a three part album that contains images take on the water during the 2011 Alabama Charge. This Elite Series tournament was held on Pickwick Lake, Alabama.
Bonnie Plants is sponsoring Elite Series pro Keith Poche to get kids outdoors and in the garden growing cabbages. Each one of them will have to work extremely hard to compete for the biggest cabbage. "These kids have the opportunity to win big money, just like the pros out on the water, if they are successful," explains Keith.
Jon Stewart shares his life experience with anglers, events, and family as he writes about his history with B.A.S.S. and talks about expectations of new chapters with the new ownership of the company.
Go on the water with your favorite elite series angler during the 2011 Alabama Charge.
Anglers talk about their tournament expectations on Day Two of the Alabama Charge. Keith Poche has a lot of confidence for this tournament after coming from way behind to make those two cuts," he said. "I lost a lot of them last year, but I hope I have it figured out now."