Welcome to the third day of bass game action in the big “O”. There are no words to describe the beauty of Bassmaster points and a $100,000 check. “You got to ask yourself one question, do you feel lucky.”
Dean Rojas returns solving that all important case, what the bass have here is a failure to communicate. Day one posse of one Dean Rojas in the lead for 15-10 and the fatted bass at 5-15. Day two in second place for 10-14 and day three 11-14 and 38-6.
Todd Faircloth holding on to second place schooled 16-8 day two on top of day one’s 10-7 and he left weigh-in last night with 26-15. Today he uncovered 7-14 for 34-13. Third place and three pounds behind Faircloth, Ish Monroe in sixth place and 11-3 on day one of “The Challenge,” and the second day he was sixth again with 1-9 and 21-9. Coming in to land today with 9-15 and 31-11.
Orange, Texas brought the plow out today
Five ounces behind Monroe, Terry Scroggins in fourth place, 9-11 on day one and a smile for today and a Big Carhart Bass weighing 6-1 in fourth place 14-10, and 24-5. The third day of the Bassmaster tournament on the Calcasieu River Scroggins boated 7-1 and 31-6. One pound behind Scroggins, number five, Jeff Kreit for 10-13 on the first day of the shoot out and, found 10-9 worth of bass day two for seventh place and 21-6. Today Kriet lands 9-0 and 30-6.
Behind Kriet by three ounces, Mark Davis in second with lucky number 13-13 on the first day in Texas. Second day of the bass tournament Davis moved down to number five, 8-6 and 22-3. The third day is showing 8-pounds even and 30-3 and sixth place.
Seventh place and one pound behind Davis, Alton Jones 7-10, 10-even and today 11-9 steadily increasing his bag each day for a total weight of 29-3 at the end of day three. Mike McClelland moves up from ninth place yesterday with 8-14 and 18-4, to eighth place today with 9-11 and 27-15.
Go ahead make my day
Just four ounces behind McClelland, Dennis Tietje in ninth place at The Sabine River Challenge, 2-14 day one, 13-5 day two and 11-8 and 27-11 today. Six ounces behind Tietje, still holding on to tenth place again today, Bill Lowen, scored 9 even day one and 9-4 more for 18-4 on the river for the ten spot yesterday, 9-1 and 27-5 today.
Carhart Big Bass Leader Keith Poche 3-15.
Where’s the 2013 Bassmaster Classic Champion
Bass angling Pro Cliff Pace brought in the new year and the end of the 2012 Elite season with the Bassmaster Classic Championship and is bringing up the pack in 22nd place and 7-10 day one, 5-4 on day two and today 5-2 for 28th and 18-1.
Kevin “Grandmaster Title Champion Flash” VanDam brought in three fish for 8-2 day one and four fish yesterday for 20-6 and eight place slides down to number 15 today 3-14 and 24-4.
- Boat Launch: 7AM CT
- Live demos on the water and family friendly expo Saturday and Sunday.
- Sunday 1 PM Cowboy Church Band.
- Weigh-In: 3:15 PM CT
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