Kelly Pratt is one day away from earning a berth in the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
The “Final Five” teams are now one day away from determining the new Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Champion after a hot Day Two, and Auburn's Jordan Lee and Shane Powell may have done the most sweating.
The weather changed today for the anglers fishing the Northern Open, but the top of the leaderboard did not.
While the competitors fishing Day Two of the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open may have the opportunity to catch quality fish today, it’s all but a steel trap lock that no 10-pounders will be weighed in.
The bass of the James aren’t tall and they don’t need a lot of headroom either, so super-shallow water is key.
Kelly Pratt of Williamsburg, Va., put his vast knowledge of the James River to work for him today.
Virginia Tech’s team of Carson Rejzer and Wyatt Blevins take nearly 4-oound lead into second day of championship.
For some competitors the Opens are a steppingstone to the Elite Series, but anyone who thinks this week’s event on the James River is a Triple-A level affair is sorely mistaken.
Woo Daves, who won the 2000 Classic, hopes to turn the first Northern Open on his home water into his 18th Classic berth.
This week two entries into the 2012 Bassmaster Classic are on the line in two very different tournament circuits.