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Wanderer

Anyone following the live broadcast?

 

I’ve only been able to peek in on occasion but the live stream is pretty cool to watch.

 

Rooting for Seth Feider of course!

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Kettle

I've been following basstrack while studying at the library and live on breaks. I'm doing the fantasy league this year. Makes study breaks a little less boring on tournament weeks

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gimruis

I follow it.  I don't usually watch the LIVE stuff but I check the results and basstrack (if its up to date).

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Wanderer

Feider in 11th when I started streaming a little bit ago.  Cherry started day 3 in first but has dropped to 4th already.  The only angler in the top 15 that hadn’t caught a fish yet per Mark or Tommy.

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Wanderer

Feider to 7th. 

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Literally in the time it took me to shower and brush my teeth, Cherry hits a flurry and makes the 5th and probably final lead change of the Classic.  Seth got to 5th but now 6th.

 

I’ll try to catch the end but I’m out to hang my wood duck box and check out the decoy show at the Falls Ballroom.

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IceHawk

Anyone here how mullet man faired? 

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28 minutes ago, IceHawk said:

Anyone here how mullet man faired? 


Pretty darn good!
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IceHawk

Sweet 👍 Looks like Cherry might of burned his fish out . 

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Wanderer

No, Cherry won by over 6 lbs.  The totals in the screen shot don’t show day 3 weights but those are totals for the tournament and the final standings.

 

After I saw him limit I knew it was over.  Was 10+ lbs ahead of second and second had 4 fish.  I woulda taken MASSIVE upgrading to make up the difference.

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Gotcha Thanks

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