Lights, camera, action! Bassmaster.com takes you behind the scenes of the 2012 Classic. Tune in to ESPN2 March 3 & 4 for more never-before-seen footage from the Red River Classic.
Images from the Day Three weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
A 6-pound, 4-ounce bass weighed Saturday by Edwin Evers proved to be the day’s largest fish, but it was not big enough to knock out Keith Poche’s 6-pound, 13-ounce bass from Friday as the largest so far.
Dealing with a crowd can be challenging on shallow-water fisheries. Both Faircloth and Evers had boats watching them all morning. They had staked up in the middle of the pad stems and Evers actually caught a fish about 10 yards from them. It's important that the anglers instruct and direct the spectators on where to go to stay out of the way.
We have found Faircloth and Evers with a group of about eight spectator boats wedged between them.
I made an executive decision for now. Because I don't know exactly where Evers is starting, I'm heading into the New Jungle and watching Bobby Lane for a bit. Without Trey Reid's guidance, that wouldn't have been possible. There's a reason this place is known as the jungle.
The best lines overheard on Day Two of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Edwin Evers, 5 pounds off the lead is going to gamble on a new area today.
Images of the Day Two weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Muddy water, big fish and stout tackle are the presumed recipe for a Red River victory but a number of contenders in this Classic are hoping to turn that alleged truism on its ear.