Topics: Elite

Pipkens-esque hair

Sep 22, 2014

Overstreet just asked me if his hair looks like Chad Pipkens today. I'm thinking it does. I may challenge him to get a purple mohawk if the final day of AOY ever gets finished.

Ike with another upgrade

Sep 22, 2014

It's quiet in the area Iaconelli is currently targeting. He has moved slightly from earlier this morning but continues to target the same early fall pattern. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Aaron Curtis

BASSTrakk update

Sep 22, 2014

Due to the delays and cancellations many Marshal's had to leave and head back to their jobs and daily activities. So if you are checking out the BASSTrakk map today and you see numerous anglers still sitting at the takeoff area, that is because their Marshal's left and they had to fly solo without a BassTrakk unit.

Hackney with second keeper

Sep 22, 2014

Greg Hackney just put his second keeper in the livewell. We're guesstimating it's a 2-pounder. Maybe a little less. He is throwing a crankbait now.

Culling time for Mike

Sep 22, 2014

Mike McClelland has a limit and is starting to make an upgrade.

A jarring run

Sep 22, 2014

We just made a 12 mile run south, following Greg Hackney down to No-See-Em Creek. After only catching one fish in Little Bay  Hackney made a bone jarring run down here. At least it was bone jarring in our boat. Our walleye boat  has a spot for a 3rd seat in the back, which is where I'm sitting. The wind has picked up, clouds have rolled in, and there's a chop to the water now. I was hanging on for deal life. Hackney just caught a non-keeper and tossed her back in the drink.

War Room: AOY Championship update No. 1

Sep 22, 2014

Dave Mercer talks Championship Monday.

Back to back casts for McClelland

Sep 22, 2014

Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Keith Renaud

Alton working a come back

Sep 22, 2014

Alton Jones was the last man in the Classic coming into this event, but after stubbing his toe on Day 1 he fell to 46th and dropped from the Classic cutline. Today is his chance to bounce back and take back what used to be his. He already has a solid 8-9 pounds with 3 fish so he is on his way to having a good day. He will definitely need to have 20+ pounds to have a chance to regain the lost points. According to his Marshal, Jones' water visibility is just 5 feet, which isn't that clear for some of these Great Lakes fisheries.

Martens figuring out the pattern

Sep 22, 2014

Aaron Martens' recent two-fish flurry, which also included a non-keeper, is a sign that he has started to figure out how the fish are positioned on this break-line today.  

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