Topics: Elite

A lot to come from today's competition

Aug 25, 2012

Good morning!  

Chapman must be feelin' fine

Aug 25, 2012

Brent Chapman already has three bass in the boat, according to BASSTrakk. The 49 anglers left after the two-day cut got a 30-minute earlier start today, in order to allow time to get to the Syracuse New York State Fair weigh-in site at 4 p.m., and Chapman is taking advantage of it.   After seeing the disasters and near-disasters of yesterday, Chapman must be feeling good now, with 6 pounds, 14 ounces so far.

The wind is good for smallie fishing

Aug 25, 2012

Mark Zona chillin' with Chapman

Aug 25, 2012

Host of "The Bassmasters" is with the AOY leader today.

Big waves this morning

Aug 25, 2012

What a difference a day makes. Yesterday was slick. Today, Oneida Lake is roiled with 2-footers. James Overstreet and I are hunting for Randy Howell, and he's not where he said he'd be.   That's understandable. Howell was looking for signs of schooling bass in the middle of the lake. You couldn't see schoolers in these conditions even if the bass could find shad to chase.   If the wind continues today, everything will change.

Scott Rook has three keepers

Aug 25, 2012

Currently in third place, Rook has three in the livewell.

Brent Chapman has three fish

Aug 25, 2012

The AOY leader is working on a limit.

As the sun rises

Aug 25, 2012

Anglers prepare to head out on Oneida Lake

Sunrise at Day Three launch

Aug 25, 2012

Hangin' with the boys

Aug 25, 2012

Evers hangs out with junior bassmasters

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