The Rossetti team sacked 'em up again today in this year's second event of Stockton Bass on the East Delta with a haul that went 30.11 and a big bass contender that weighed in at 9.1. "We got bit throughout the day; but the bigger ones came on the lower tide," said Lorenzo "the champ" Rossetti. He noted that their biggest fell to a Senko and gives a detailed report in the winner's video.
The father and son team of John and Lorenzo weren't the only ones with big bass or solid bags. The anglers in the 33 boat filed couldn't break into the top-5 without 24-lbs or more.
View winner's video report here.
Fishing solo, Randy Lee landed in second with the help of a red crankbait. His bag went 26.8 and held a kicker at 6.14. "I got a bite every hour or so," revealed Lee. "The bigger ones bit in the late morning and late afternoon. Lee also flipped a black and blue jig and Zoom Brush Hog and put a chatterbait to work to get all of his keepers.
Ken Casseteri and Greg Troughton climbed into the top trio with 24.13, bolstered by their 8.8. Dandy Jigs and Senkos were their most productive baits. They reported their two biggest biting around 10:30 a.m.
The 4th place spot went to Phil Burgess and Mike Watson with a 7.14 anchor in their 24.8 bag. They got their big one early on a Senko and reported a lull in the bite for the last couple hours of the day.
Taking the last place in the top-5 was Mickey Wall and Jesse Ochoa. A limit of 24 even with big one at 8.7 earned them their spot. A Senko in the morning got their biggest to go.