Greg Hackney and his family enjoyed last night's AOY dinner.
Due to unsafe conditions on the water, B.A.S.S. has decided to shorten the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year tournament to two days. If conditions improve, anglers will take to the water tomorrow for the final day of competition. If tomorrow is scratched, then Monday will be the final day of competition.
Anglers discuss the wind conditions as the wind rips through the flag. Trip Weldon has a tough call to make as he annouces the cancellation to the media. It's always safety first. Photos by Seigo Saito
B.A.S.S. officials cancel Day 2 of the competition, again, due to strong south winds.
Trip Weldon giving the news to industry media folks that we staying on the bank....again. Photo by James Overstreet
Today was supposed to be a day of learning and interacting with the fans after two long days on Bays de Noc for our top 50 Elite anglers. But then, after yesterday's cancelled day, today was going to be the day we used to make up for it. Unfortunately, that was not to be. So we are returning to Plan A- Bassmaster University is a go!
Brandon Palaniuk is catching up on his shows this morning, watching Dean Rojas catch the all-time heaviest five-fish limit. Saturday's fishing has been cancelled due to high winds. That makes two days in a row of cancellations.
Elites Series pro spend time chillin' and hanging out with family on Friday.
Putting her back on the trailer this morning, @BASS_nation AOY day two cancelled again :/ #greatlakes #fallfishing pic.twitter.com/aGswYXwwBf