Topics: 2012 Elite Series Green Bay Challenge

Reese gets a birthday surprise

Jul 1, 2012

Skeet Reese got an unexpected birthday present yesterday, when he turned 43 years old. The former Bassmaster Classic champion and Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year was in 24th place after two days of competition. Then he caught 16-1 on Day Three and moved into eighth place.   "Happy birthday to me," Reese said.   He also noted that because he would be fishing today, Saturday night's celebration would have to be toned down a bit, something he hadn't expected.  

AOY on the line

Jul 1, 2012

With one Elite Series event left, lots of the pros are keeping an eye on the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings to see if they can win AOY, or even if they're going to the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.  

Niggemeyer on the rise

Jul 1, 2012

James Niggemeyer has a 15-pound limit today, more than anyone else in the field.

War Room is back

Jul 1, 2012

The War Room feed is now back.

Martens has an advantage

Jul 1, 2012

With Rick Morris no longer in the competition, Aaron Martens now has his spot to himself.

War Room delay

Jul 1, 2012

The War Room just lost its Internet feed. But we are working to get it back. We will be back up as soon as possible.

JVD returning south

Jul 1, 2012

After only 15 minutes in Little Sturgeon Bay, Jonathon VanDam packed it up and headed 15 miles back to the south, where he started this morning.   It reminds me of a poker player who walks away from the table, then turns around and goes all-in.   For more, check out this on-the-water video from Dennis Tietje:  

Youth vs. experience

Jul 1, 2012

Back-to-back Top 12 finishes and no days off can be tough on the pros.

JVD alone in Little Sturgeon Bay

Jul 1, 2012

Spectators abandon Palaniuk

Jul 1, 2012

It's so slow out there today that fans have left the leader in search of more action.

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