One ounce separates Keith Poche and Greg Vinson atop the Bassmaster Classic leaderboard. It's the slimmest of margins in the tightest of Classics.
Michael Iaconelli did not have the best day way. His 10 pounds, 7 ounces left him in 31st place and more than 7 pounds behind the lead. You’ll be able to read about it shortly in his Going Ike column. He led with this: “I’m not especially happy with how things went today but I will say that it’s a fishing tournament and this is the way things go sometimes. But here’s the thing, I really don’t have a reason, or even an excuse, for not catching bigger fish. It just didn’t happen.”
If this tow and barge gets to the lock before the anglers headed downstream reach the lock, they could experience be delays.
This situation is one of my favorites in fishing. Mike Iaconelli is one of the best at managing to catch fish with a crowd of people watching from shore
I’m not especially happy with how things went today but I will say that it’s a fishing tournament and this is the way things go sometimes.
We are on our way down to Pool 4 by land as the anglers begin the Day Two take-off.
I'm headed south on the Red River toward Coushatta with photographer Jerry Cunningham.
Images of the Day One weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
After a frustrating first day, Casey Ashley realistically can't hope to junp back into the cut to tomorrow but he'll take whatever little victories he can achieve.
Greg Hackney is committed to making the long run to Pool 3 once again. Yesterday he burned 47 of the 50 gallons of gas his boat held.