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Classic Day 2 in the books.....

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What and exciting classic so far. Peaks and Valleys, and a few consistencies. Sure wish I could get ESPN360. Don't forget Day 2 coverage is on tonight at 9PM.

Who would have thought my Fantasy Fishing "Anchor" (as in top dog) would have been my "Anchor" as in pulling my team down! Rough first day for KVD. All I can think is that this will fire him up to be even more unreal this year on the Elites.

The good news is I have 1st, 3rd and 4th places on my team, and Lowen at 17th.

I'd sure like to see a underdog like Fralick win, but to be 100% honest, I don't care who wins as long as it's NOT Skeet Reese. The guys attitude seems to get worse and worse each year. Not sure if you guys saw the Pro's Picks for the Classic, but everyone picked 3 guys except Skeet. He picked Clunn, Rook and then said "That's all I can pick. I don't even know who's in the Classic." What arrogance!

Looking forward to an awesome 3rd and Final day!

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I hope Eazy-E wins, not just because he is on my squad but he seems like a cool guy. Fralick winning would be cool too, gotta root for the northern bass guys!

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my last name is Evers too, I am not a relative but root for him all the time. I sent him an email a before and responded pretty quickly. I hope he takes it.

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it'd be great to see that am from iowa get back in the hunt. he should be familiar with river backwater conditions. i think i'll pick rojas. don't think kermit will show up though.

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fluker, i cant agree more. I love to see Fralick win it. SD boy and a underdog forsure. I have never been a fan of him, your right, never has a good additude!

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I also am rooting for the Fralick. He sure seems like he's on his game, only one more day! Wonder how he's doing right now? I could check it up online, but I would rather watch it later tonight with my buddies!

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