Mike Iaconelli's fans tend to be a little bit more, uh, outlandish than those of most other bass pros, as this photo illustrates. (Left to right) Frank Orsino brought his son, Zachary, and nephew, Nick, to the Delaware River today, armed with their Big Head signs. Frank and Zachary live in Westville, N.J. Nick is a teacher in Gloucester City where he taught Iaconelli's daughter, Rylie, in fourth and fifth grade. Are they big Iaconelli fans? "Huge," said Frank.
War Room: On the phone with Jason Christie.
Take in the view from above as the final 12 anglers battle it out on the last day of the Bassmaster Elite at Delaware River.
War Room: On the phone with Shaw Grigsby.
War Room: On the phone with Michael Iaconelli.
War Room: On the phone with Bill Lowen.
Hop in and ride along with Bill Lowen as he heads up a small creek in pursuit of a Top 12 cut.
Unfortunately for us, Mike Iaconelli has "60 or 70 spots within a 10-mile area" of the Delaware River. Many of these are tiny spots that only require a couple flips or casts, then it's on to the next one. It makes for difficult blogging conditions. But there hasn't been much to blog about for the last 90 minutes. Iaconelli has caught one short fish, so he's stuck on three for 7 pounds.
I’ll be real honest; I can’t imagine what my life would be like without organized college bass fishing.
Get an inside look on Morizo Shimizu bringing in the catches on the pro's second day on the Delaware River.