Catch up with the Elites as they compete on Day Two of Toyota All-Star Week.
Mike Iaconelli is now fishing near the mouth of the Muskegon River. And he's running and gunning. We've seen him fish three spots in about three minutes. He is fishing the buoys, running from one to the next. Sometimes, bass will stack up along the buoy cable. We're guessing he's throwing a jig or creature bait.
Go on the water with Hank Cherry on Day Two of Toyota All-Star Week from Muskegon, Mich.
A lot of observers think that weights actually go up on Day 2 of Elite events, but that's not usually true. On average, weights falls ever so slightly in the second round of Elite events, though they do go slightly up on occasion. For this tournament on Muskegon Lake, however, I'm expecting weights to be substantially up on Day 2 for one very big reason. The anglers only had one day to practice on the lake instead of their usual two and a half. That means they're less in tune with the fishery and didn't have a chance to fully identify productive areas and patterns.
Fan favorite Michael Iaconelli fishes for a spot in the Top 4.
Aaron Martens is fishing in the middle of a big marina, Muskegon Yacht Club, which is full of sailboats large and small. He is fishing a shaky head along the bottom. Now he's switching over to a crankbait. Aaron has around 8 pounds in his livewell. He referred to them as "Two that I need and two little rats."