Classic crowds gather from afar
KISSIMMEE, Fla. The "Super Bowl of Bass Fishing" doesn't have a 50-yard-line, so spectators take every chance to see their favorite anglers on the day of the competition. That includes lining the boat ramps of Lake Tohopekaliga at 5:30 a.m., beneath a cloudy, moonless sky, pointing digital cameras and index fingers at the 51 anglers debarking on the first morning of the Bassmaster Classic.
One of the first anglers onto the water is Tim Horton. Someone from the banks yells: "All right, ...
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