Kandie D. Candelaria of Canyon Lake, Texas is an experienced Toyota Texas Bass Classic judge. She was a judge in 2012 and so far in 2013, Candelaria has been the judge for Mike Iaconelli on Day One.
Combs’ climb to the top of the standings began shortly after blast-off. “I started running some of the stuff where I’ve caught them in the past, and I caught a good keeper on my first hole and my second hole.”
You don’t catch nine-pounders every day, and most anglers may never get one that big, but for Jason Christie fishing in the Toyota Texas Bass Classic on Lake Conroe today, it happened when he least expected it.
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic is an exciting event for so many people in so many ways. It’s a year-end reward for the world’s best bass pros who have fished so hard on their respective tournament circuits all year to make it here.
With the seventh annual Toyota Texas Bass Classic poised to start tomorrow, everything about Lake Conroe is looking good for this world championship event, according to Craig Bonds, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Inland Fisheries Region 3 Director.
When the first morning of competition at the 2013 Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC) kicks off on Friday morning on Texas’ Lake Conroe, there will be three competitors with the taste of victory fresh in their mouths.
At the 2013 TTBC Media Day on Thursday morning at the Lone Star Convention and Expo Center in Conroe, Thrift was presented with his 2012 championship ring. It was a moment that Thrift had been looking forward to.
Thursday’s Pro-Am offers the 2013 TTBC competitors the unique opportunity to not only spend some quality time on the water connecting with guests and sponsors, but also finalize a plan of attack for Friday’s opening round of competition.
2013 marks the seventh year that the Toyota Texas Bass Classic has been held and the fifth consecutive year it will take place on Lake Conroe in Conroe, Texas. The relatively small yet productive Lake Conroe covers 22,000 surface acres and is 21 miles long.