"Is this Maine or Grand Lake?" said Jonathan Carter, the first angler from Maine ever to compete in a Bassmaster Classic. "It reminded me of home today!" Only three weeks ago, Carter was practicing for the Classic using an ice auger. This wintry weather is right up his alley.
All Mark Pierce had to say about this morning was: "Brrrrrr!"
It’s about noon. I’m on my way back from practice. As nasty and ugly as it is out there I have to sa
Anglers took on ice-cold Grand Lake on the final day of practice for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
As the last competitors put their boats on the trailers, the talk is of course about the weather.
Mark this day because it's the rarest of events for pro anglers.
No one's giving up ... yet.
Anglers brave the snow on the final practice day of the 2013 Classic.
The snow should help Christie more than most.
Ice in the guides is causing some issues. Bobby Lane made a cast with his crankbait and watched it sail into the distance when his line snapped. He said it was one of his good ones, so he set out to search; fortunately, it didn't take long before he spotted it among the waves.