A Lake Wylie pro has his hopes on another local pro winning when the world's top anglers compete this week in the Bassmaster American, the second major of the Bassmaster Elite Series.
When BASS announced it would add three Major tournaments in 2006, ESPN Outdoors senior coordinating producer Dan Bowen knew the stand-alone events with a $250,000-first-place prize each deserved the same level of heightened importance viewers have become accustom to at the CITGO Bassmaster Classic.
Editor's Note: ESPN2 is providing same-day coverage of the Bassmaster American presented by Advance Auto Parts on Sunday, July 30 at 7 p.m. ET. Tune in to see who wins the second Bassmaster Major and takes home the $250,000 top prize.
It was nearly two years ago that Lake Wylie garnered bass fishing's spotlight when it hosted the 2004 CITGO Bassmaster Classic.
A drawdown at Lake Wylie kept weights down on Day One of the Bassmaster American, but a local pro said to expect a better day Friday.
The dedicated men and women of the 18th Airborne Corps Artillery at Fort Bragg have joined in on the fun of the Bassmaster American on Lake Wylie.
Jason Quinn slept much better Friday night than he did any other night this week.