No sleep till Championship Sunday. This ain’t no dog and pony show folks this is the real thing. The angler who pulls this win out will be the world 2013 Bassmaster Classic Champion pro bass angler. Over 3000 bass fans made it to boat launch this frosty Saturday morning waiting for the sun to come up on Grand Lake so excited to see the pros and who would break yesterday’s tie between Cliff Pace and Mike Ianconelli.
It’s a media blitz all over the world. It’s a great lake and a great place to be Grand Lake Oklahoma.
It’s possible the coldest week some of these anglers have ever fished
Shaw Grigsby 8th Gainesville, Florida weighed in first today with 13-9 add that to the 15-15 from yesterday and he has a total of 28-9 for the second day of the Bassmaster Classic in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Cliff Pace 1st tied with Mike Ianconelli 3rd for 21-8 on the first day of the Classic Championship and brought in 21-12 for today with the Carhart Big Bass 7-2 and his total is 43-4 puts him in the lead by seven pounds. Mike Ianconelli fished 13-11 today for a two-day total of 35-3 and third place.
From outside the country. Bass Nation legend Gerry Jooste 35th all the way from Zimbabwe straight to the Classic for his fifth time. 11-3 yesterday, 9-11 today for a total of 20-15.
Big bass, big bass, big bass
Joshua Wagy 13th his first Bassmaster Classic on the very first day he brought to the dock 14-6, and today 13-6 for his two-day total 27-12.
Marty Robinson 10th is honored to be fishing in his second Classic had 18-8 yesterday and on this second day 10-9 for a total of 29-1.
In his third Bassmaster Classic Brandon Palaniuk 2nd Rathdrum, ID brought 16-10 to the first day of the Bassmaster Classic, and for the second day of the greatest fishing show on earth 19-10, total after the second day 36-4.
Brandon Card 39th 2012 Rookie of the Year fished 6-6 yesterday and 13-3 today for 19-9.
Fishing is 24rd Bassmaster Classic Kevin VanDam 6th 19-12 yesterday, 11-2 today for a two-day total 30-14.
Mike McClelland 14th 6 times to the Classic, biggest winning margin in Elite history 17-17, 9-8 and a two-day total of 27-7.
The top 25 move on to Sunday
4- Hank Cherry 31-12
5- Jason Christie 31-5
7- Jonothan Carter 29-12
8- Shaw Grigsby 29-8
9- Tracey Adams 29-6
11- Bobby Lane 28-15
12- Dean Rojas 28-7
15- Greg Hackney 27-5
16-John Crews 27-5
17- Jonathon VanDam 26-14
18- Ott Defoe 26-12
19- Bill Lowen 26-8
20- Edwin Evers 26-7
21- Todd Faircloth 26-7
22- Randy Howell 26-5
23- Body Duckett 26-3
24- Ish Monroe 26-1
25- Tommy Biffle 25-15
2013 Bassmaster Classic is presented by Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
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