So far this morning, I've been laying on the bed unwinding... I'm soon to head to breakfast...After that I plan on doing a lil tackle adjusting, then later I am going to take my friends and family out to the point at take off and show them how impressive this body of water is when the wind blows out of the south....Ha
David Walker taking advantage of the day off
ESCANABA, Mich. — The weather forecast for this area of Lake Michigan called for southerly winds to gradually build to 20-miles-per-hour as Friday progressed. So BASS tournament director Trip Weldon initially made the call for a shortened day, with a 1:30 p.m. check-in time instead of 3:45 p.m. on Day 2 of the Bassmaster Elite Series Toyota Angler of the Year Championship.
No tournament today, so we might as well eat.
Take a look at what happens when a fishing day is cancelled.
It is the quiet ones who have the most to say.
Day 2 of the Toyota Angler of the Year was canceled this morning due to high winds. Photographer Seigo Saito captures a few shots.
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament officials postponed competition in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Chaampoinship
Yes, it's true that we're one-third of the way through the AOY Championship, but remarkably little has changed in the way of the AOY race. Greg Hackney still leads. Todd Faircloth and Aaron Martens have switched spots in the standings, but they still trail Hackney, and Hackney still controls his own destiny. If he can move into 15th place or better — just two rungs up the ladder from where he is after Day 1 — no one can catch him. He'll be the 2014 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year.