See Fred Roumbanis' catches on Day 5 of BASSfest!
BASSTrakk currently shows Kevin VanDam in third place. Incredibly, that would match VanDam's worst performance in an Elite Series event at Kentucky Lake. He was well aware of those past performances here when he said at yesterday's weigh-in, "The worst I've ever done here is third. So I'm going to try to at least do that. After not going to the Classic last year, I want to have a strong finish to the season." KVD won here in 2010 and 2008. He was second in 2009. He was third in 2006.
And the fish are getting bigger. Edwin Evers just boated bass No. 13 in his flurry. All have come in the past 30 minutes. All from the same spot. This one was at least 4-8. Our panel of judges, sitting 30 yards from the action, believe he has at least 21-8 in his livewell. There's nothing in his livewell less than 4 pounds.
Dave Mercer’s latest LIVE on-the-water report made him look a bit like Andrew Zimmern of TV show Bizarre Foods. Sure, they sport the same hairstyle, and now probably have eaten similar oddities. Mercer had found a cicada, a big-eyed, creepy looking and sounding bug, and had it on his finger to show the world what kind of food the fish might be feeding on. Different Cicadas emerge from the ground every 13 or 17 years, and Mercer found a “new friend,” even letting it crawl on his nose.
The Top 12 head out for the final day of the Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps.
It can happen anywhere to anybody — one of those Kentucky Lake bass bursts that can turn around a day that appeared to be a bust.
Things didn't go as well for Edwin Evers on Day 4 of Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps, but he still leads with 72-4.
More of the top 50 BASSfest contenders on Kentucky Lake as they vie for the top 12 spots to fish on Sunday!
The nation's Top 12 high school anglers went across the Elite Series stage with 12 of the nation's best bass fishing pros.