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2007 Elite Series - Champion's Choice: Final Day notes

Jul 15, 2007

With the2007 Elite Series season entering the stretch run, anglers can start looking more clearly at their place in the Angler of the Year standings.

'A Freight Train'

Jul 15, 2007

Horton wins 2007 Elite series champion's choice.

The Driver's Skeet

Jul 15, 2007

As Timmy Horton walked along the dock to his boat before Day Four of the Champion's Choice presented by Toyota Tundra, Skeet Reese called to him from the deck of his own boat.

Get that man a sandwich

Jul 15, 2007

With the unmistakable tenor of the coronation of one of the sports bright young stars, the final day of the BASS Elite Series at Lake Champlain got under way Sunday.

Notes from Day Two

Jul 14, 2007

Angler of the Year points leader and bass angler nonpareil Kevin VanDam owes some of his uncharacteristically low 27th-place finish at the Champion's Choice presented by Toyota Tundra to his outstanding practice.

Quotes from Day One

Jul 14, 2007

Per usual, the pros were talking a good game at the weigh-in on Day Three of the Champion's Choice presented by Toyota Tundra. Here were some of the best lines:

A One-Horton Race

Jul 14, 2007

As the weigh-in on Day Three of the Champion's Choice presented by Toyota Tundra wound down, Shaw Grigsby sidled up to Timmy Horton, who was watching the standings backstage.

2007 Elite Series - Champion's Choice: Smallmouth bite

Jul 14, 2007

"Every day's different with these smallmouths," said Cook. "We had a bunch of big fish follow the bait today. It's just that their attitude wasn't very good today."

2007 Elite Series - Champion's Choice: Co-angler

Jul 14, 2007

"I'm fortunate in that I've fished this lake a lot under a lot of different conditions," he said. "I couldn't have asked to fish with three nicer people who took such good care of me."

Select Elite Pros catching early and often

Jul 14, 2007

Guys fishing for green fish way south of the Plattsburgh Boat Basin particularly leader Timmy Horton who's got over six and a half pounds on his nearest competitor seemingly have things in hand as the flags and trees lay still on the western shore of Lake Champlain.

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