Tournament leaders have mixed feelings about final day forecast.
Elite pro Greg Hackney won the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake — and held tight to his lead in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race.
While Greg Hackney was disappointed with his Day 3 stringer, he was quite happy that it was enough to maintain the lead over Todd Faircloth, who lurks 10 ounces behind him going into the final day on Cayuga Lake.
Give the man some grass, and he feels right at home.
Every year the final events create interesting scenarios for who's in and who's going to be out of the Bassmaster Classic. But did anyone expect Kevin VanDam to be anywhere near the Classic bubble?
Although largemouth will outnumber smallmouth this week, don’t overload on shallow grass guys. Docks and deep weedlines will lead to Top 12 finishes, too, and you might need at least one roster pick to target smallmouth.
It's been a long, tough year for Kevin Short so far but it kind of feels like he got his mojo back at the Delaware, and he's got the AOY points to show for it.
At Cayuga Lake, the final of eight full-field events this season, each Elite Series pro has a shot at a first-place prize of $100,000 and an automatic qualification for the 2015 Bassmaster Classic.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Stacy Moore caught only three keepers Wednesday, but those three largemouth bass were big enough to put him in the lead at the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Northern Divisional on Lake Monroe. The Huntingburg, Ind., angler had only five bites Wednesday, resulting in three keepers weighing 10 pounds, 9 ounces and two short fish. The pickings were slim for the rest of the field as 30 contenders weighed in only one keeper each and 43 anglers blanked.
Going Ike took on a new meaning Sunday in Philadelphia.