Jacob Powroznik's big money move highlights the top five things from Day 1 of the Toyota Angler of the Year Championship.
While the top anglers secured their Classic berths with a single fish catch Thursday, others battled for their bubble not to be burst.
Swindle is quick to play the role of marine police officer – advising 20 mph be your max speed in the sort of monster waves Lake Michigan is serving up this week.
Iaconelli admits having a near panic attack on his first practice day for Sturgeon Bay, where he is among the anglers battling for the final Classic spots.
James Elam hopes the momentum from his win on Fort Gibson Lake will carry him through AOY despite his abbreviated practice time on Sturgeon Bay.
This event gives me that chance to fish for a win and improve my final standing, so that’s my goal.
I may have missed it, but I don’t think anyone has written about Chad Pipkens’ late season surge.
Experiencing “runner’s high” has produced fishing highs for Aaron Martens, namely a runaway win in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year race this year.
Jerry McKinnis' fishing buddy, Archie, passed on a Monday evening, and the following morning, his next brown weiner dog, Oliver, was born.
Since I already earned AOY and the prize money that goes with it, I get the same reward whether I finish first at Sturgeon Bay or last.