It's only 9 a.m. and Britt Myers has stopped on his eighth spot of the day. He's looking at his electronics before making a cast or two, and if he catches nothing, he's gone.
Two miles up the lake to the place that Myers says is the key spot.
Britt Myers has a big lead (5-13) coming into the final round,
Myers' pattern all week has been running and gunning.
Britt Myers' moved to his third spot of the morning and quickly caught his third fish of the day. This one was a bit bigger than the previous two - probably 2 1/2 pounds.
When you're willing to spend hours on end squinting at what looks like a puppet show in a snowstorm, you're either an intensely dedicated fan or you need some counseling.
Britt just caught his second fish, a 2-pounder, on a Luhr-Jensen Hot Lips crankbait. He's alternating between that and a Strike King 6XD. He's a self-proclaimed nervous wreck.
It took awhile, but photographer James Overstreet and I have found leader Bitt Myers in the thick fog of Mud Creek, where Myers started Saturday. He reportedly has one 2 1/4-pound bass in the boat.
Yesterday we had storms, today we have some fog. Evidently a pretty thick layer of it has developed in the area where Jeremy Starks and Britt Myers are fishing.