Check out the nation's top college fishing teams as they launch for the 2015 Bassmaster College Classic.
Right before the competitors weigh in on the final day of the Classic, a group of up-and-coming anglers will cross the stage as part of the sixth annual Bassmaster College Classic.
Coby Carden is in seventh place headed into the final day, and Paul Mueller is right behind in eighth place.
2004 Bassmaster Classic winner Takahiro Omori holds a razor-thin lead over Dean Rojas, Michael Iaconelli, and defending Classic champion Randy Howell.
Day 2 just didn't produce the same bite for Dean Rojas, who had no complaints about his performance or missed opportunities Saturday.
Reese struggles on Day 2, but keeps his composure.
After early, shallow bite, he plans to hit 50 to 60 spots Sunday.
Based on his backyard knowledge of Lake Hartwell, and a big FLW win here a year ago nearly to the exact calendar date, if Las Vegas made odds for the Bassmaster Classic, there’s a real good chance Casey Ashley would have been their favorite.
Competitors from area high schools will compete on Lake Keowee, Feb. 21, for the chance to win the coveted High School Classic trophy.