Owner Hooks' daily video wrap: an interview with tournament leader Cliff Pace!
Day One does little in terms of weeding out the winner.
MUSKEGON, Mich. — Cliff Pace got a surprise package Friday. He was presented with a Bassmaster Classic ring, which he earned last February. “It was totally a surprise — a good one,” he said.
More images from the first day on the water!
Go backstage with the All-stars in Muskegon!
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James Overstreet hops in KVD's boat with his camera and you get to go along for the ride.
Keith Combs was able to cull up a few more ounces with another bass caught from this weed-bed off the point at Fisherman's Landing. Skeet Reese has now left this area, but not before pausing to have a conversation with Combs, as a large ship headed up the lake behind them.
Keith Combs just caught a fish that helped him, slightly. But as you can see from the BASSTRAKK standings, every ounce may be important on Lake Muskegon. Combs and Skeet Reese are fishing an area near Fisherman's Landing. Combs was working a large weedbed here, just like he was when I left the water around noon. I'm back out, covering this event by land. I'm not close enough to Combs to carry on a conversation and find out if he's been here the entire time, but he did tell me that fish allowed him to cull a smaller one.