Bites Hard to Come by on Day 1 at Mid-Atlantic Divisional
Darren Pincus of New Jersey was shocked to learn that he was on top of the leader board, when the weigh in concluded on Wednesday at the Monongehela River. Darren turned in four fish that weighed 7-14 pounds. After a fog delay caused the anglers to get a late start, most anglers missed out on the early morning bite on the first day of the event. Second place was Daniel Gray of Pennsylvania with 4-14 pounds. One ounce behind, in third is John Christopher of West Virginia with 4-13 pounds. Bobby Crisman of Virginia sits in fourth with 4-06 pounds. The next three places are each separated by one ounce a piece. Mike Keller of New Jersey has 4-05 pounds, Erroll Hash of Virginia has 4-4-04 pounds and Brian Laclair of Maryland has 4-03 pounds.
Maryland’s, Robert Yeckley claimed the big bass honors on Wednesday with a 3-10 pound lunker. New Jersey leads the state to state competition by 18 ounces over Virginia. West Virginia and District of Columbia sit in third and fourth.
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