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FLW Outdoors
OAKLEY, Calif. - As the weather has changed every day since the start of the Walmart FLW National Guard Western Division finale on the California Delta, so too have the anglers atop the leader board.

A warm day one ended with Scott Nielsen of Salt Lake City in first place. A windy day two saw Mike Reynolds of Modesto, Calif. rise to the top. Now, on a cool and windy third day, Ishama Monroe of Hughson, Calif. has claimed the top spot with 53 pounds, 4 ounces, 3 pounds better than his nearest challenger. Monroe has achieved a consistent pattern that’s landing him anywhere from 30 to 50 fish per day. Consensus opinion says will be tough to knock off the angler who calls the Delta home water.

But the Delta being what it is, anything can happen when the fourth and final round gets underway at 7:15 a.m. Saturday. Ten pounds separates first from 10th place, and 10 pounds is just one cast away on the Delta. Read More