Check out what's going on behind the scenes on the final day weigh-in of the Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest.
Tough challenge ahead for the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
Check out photos from the Day Four launch of the 2012 Elite Series TroKar Quest.
If the Elite season ended after Day Three of the Bull Shoals event, your Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year would be ... wait for it ... drum roll please ... Brent Chapman, in a landslide! Chapman would have 285 points on the strength of three consecutive top six finishes. The runner-up would be Randy Howell with 263. Skeet Reese would be 6th and Kevin VanDam 7th.
Another quick fish for Chapman. A 2-pounder on the crankbait from the front side of a shaded boat dock. Per Zona: Brent says the water is really clearing.
For Brent Chapman, who professed to be stunned that he didn't have a limit by 7a.m., finally lands two keepers in three casts for five pounds total.
Still no fish yet for Brent Chapman. He's going down the bank in a leisurely fashion, alternating casts between a Top Shelf swimbait and a crawdad-colored Wiggle Wart. A quick move across the cove and he's doing more of the same as the sun gets higher and the breeze starts to pick up slightly.
Brent Chapman is fishing a rock outcropping within sight of the launch.
Clark Reehm was the unlucky Elite in 13th place after Day Three. The field narrows to 12 for the final day of fishing Sunday.
Go behind the scenes on Day Three of the 2012 Elite Series TroKar Quest.