BOSSIER CITY, La. — A packed leaderboard on a fickle river system with a front on the way — the Bassmaster Classic title is still very much up for grabs.There are 16 anglers within 5 pounds of the lead, and eight of those anglers' Day One weights are 15 something."I did what I wanted to do on Day One, which is stay within sight of the lead," said Mike Iaconelli, who had 15 pounds, 5 ounces. "I'd really like to be near, but not in the lead going into the final day, but make no mistake, I'd take a 25-pound bag."The sentiment from most the anglers in the 15-pound range was it would take another 15-pound day and then a 20-pound day to win the Classic. And as it is in so many tournaments, it's the kicker fish that makes the difference.Kevin Wirth (15-3) said he lost a 5-pounder and a 4-pounder and weighed in a couple 2-pounders."It wasn't anything execution-wise, they were just things that happen," Wirth said. "If I can get those same kind of bites, I'm up to 18 or 20 pounds."The one angler who didn't think it would take a 20-pound stringer — Kelly Jordon — unofficially had 19-10 in the first three hours of fishing.