Bassmasters Classic 2011: Updates
February 19, 2011 by staff
Bassmasters Classic 2011, Picking the right lure and using the proper technique for coaxial cable to the low water monster will not be sufficient to Bassmaster Classic this year 2011, the Super Bowl of fishing.Timing elegant bass boats in the swamps of Louisiana may present the greatest challenge of this year’s tournament, which is equivalent to the area of New Orleans for the first time since 2003. Swift tides make the area particularly rich in bass, but dangerous for the 50 anglers who qualified for the tournament. The organizers have not seen enough evidence of damage caused by oil spills last year BP move. Heavy fog in the morning already delayed launching boat on Friday, the first of its three-day tournament, which ends with a final weigh-in Sunday at Arena in New Orleans. Workouts last week in the Bayou State Park Segnette saw the boat aground on the hidden reefs, with many anglers having to call for help.
Tabernacle Christian is in the semifinal round of the ACEA Division I Boys Basketball Championship with a 46-34 victory over Northside Methodist in Dothan, in a quarterfinal game Thursday at Oxford. Fred Goodgame scored 21 points to lead the torches. “It was electric in the open floor,” said coach David Corbett tabernacle. John White also scored 15 points for the torches. Flint Hill Christian Tabernacle face of McCalla in a semifinal game Friday, which ended after press deadline. The finals are on Saturday evening. Bassmaster Classic: Two local fishermen Bass Pro are in the race after the first day of the 2011 Bassmaster Classic on the Mississippi Delta. Randall Tharp of Gardendale took a five fish limit weighing 11 pounds, 12 ounces, good for 25th place. Gerald Swindle of Warrior brought in five fish weighing 10 pounds. 10 oz, which was established 28.
Past Classic champion Aaron Martens of Leeds was the first day leader with a bag weighing 19-3.
Fishing continues in 50-angler on Saturday. The field will be cut to top 25 for the day of Sunday’s final.
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