Now, we are on a wild-goose chase for Keith Poche. We hear he has camped at the back of a small pond.
Lowen has turned around and is working his way back out. Just as he turned, he set the hook and missed one.
The water temperature on Day Two of the Classic has dropped over 4 or 5 degrees, and the bite is slower than yesterday.
Both Bill Lowen and David Walker have started Day One of the Bassmaster Classic in the same little backwater area.
With a north wind blowing strong prior to Friday’s Day One takeoff of the Bassmaster Classic, the fish-catching prospects weren’t great.
Here at Red River South the wind is howling but the pros don't seem concerned.
We have a murderer's row of river rats lined up on one side of the dock here at Red River South -- Greg Hackney, Stephen Browning and Bill Lowen. That's a lot of shallow water bass fishing expertise in a confined area.
Activities Tuesday for the 49 Classic qualifiers ranged from Keith Poche getting down on his knees and praying to a number of anglers just spending time with their kids.
The 49 anglers go through the rigmarole of registering and going over rules for the 42nd Bassmaster Classic.
Several Bassmaster Elite Series pros have announced new sponsorships and associations for 2012.