The final weigh-in at the 2012 Ramada Championship proved to be a nail-biter!
It's all over at Oneida, with Boyd Duckett winning it all.
Follow the winner of the Ramada Championship's day on Oneida.
See some of Scott Rook's action on the final day at Oneida Lake!
The anglers battled waves and looked for birds to find the fish to win the final day on Oneida Lake.
Six anglers may limit every day they competed in the Elite Series this season. That would double the number of times it's been done since the Elite Series started in 2006. Two of these anglers are "in the clubhouse" and have already accomplished the feat: Shaw Grigsby and Gerald Swindle. Four others are still on the water. Two of them have limits, according to BASSTrakk: Brent Chapman and Scott Rook. Two others appear to be short of their limits: Randy Howell and Terry Scroggins.
Although our guesstimates have Randy Howell ahead of Body Duckett by a slight margin, weights for Howell could be a little heavy and that would tighten things up significantly.
It takes Randy Howell longer and longer to catch a limit, but he manages to hang in there and stay consistent when so many other anglers have fallen off the pace.
This just in from Steve Bowman: Randy Howell has four fish for 14 pounds. If that's true, it would move him back into the lead over Boyd Duckett. That's just the kind of move we were expecting from him. With a nice lead coming into the day, I expected Howell to only lose this event if other angler's caught a giant stringer to beat him. I thought his fishing was consistent enough to put him over the top.
It's no surprise that Boyd Duckett is still fishing in Maple Bay. This spot has been very good to him all week. Boyd tells us he has 16 pounds in his livewell. Is that to be believed? Tune into bassmaster.com at 4:00 to watch the weigh in and find out!