The Elites compete for the remaining berths in the 2016 Bassmaster Classic -- see how they fared on Day 2 of the Toyota Angler of the Year Championship!
Several Toyota Angler of the Year Championship contenders fished the same area of Sturgeon Bay on Day 2, adding to the pressure on those still competing for Classic berths.
Alex Wetherell shares his thoughts on winning the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional.
Day 2 on the water photos from the AOY Championship on Sturgeon Bay.
Josh Bertrand starts Toyota Angler of the Year Championship week on the bubble. He has to stay inside the top 40 in order to qualify for the 2016 Geico Bassmaster Classic.
Follow the AOY contenders on Day 2 on Sturgeon Bay!
Day 2 on the water with the pros at the Toyota Angler of the Year Championship on Sturgeon Bay
Aside from the fact that there is a lot of water to cover here at Sturgeon Bay, another big challenge we face in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of Year Championship is figuring out the bass’ diet.
Brett Hite was probably among the guys who didn't sleep well last night, after he managed to catch only one bass on Day 1, and it came in the last five minutes. That single 2-pound, 5-ounce smallmouth bass left him in 48th place, enough to put a Bassmaster Classic berth in jeopardy. Hite entered the event in 31st place.
Based on the healthy abundance of species swimming in Lake Michigan, even KVD can’t predict what he’s going to catch on any given cast here at the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year tournament out of Sturgeon Bay.