Senior Tournament Manager Chris Bowes pointed out on stage that the combined weight between the two anglers was more than the sum of their ages.
Several fine anglers found their spots and patterns ruined by wind and the resulting muddy water. In fact, one angler described the water at his spot as looking like a YooHoo chocolate drink.
"I think most of the anglers will fish the grass and do something similar to what I've been doing. Kentucky Lake is big. There's a lot of stuff to fish out there."
Billy McCaghren's key to winning his first Bassmaster Open was fishing deeper water than most, and getting late spawners.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images from Day Three of the 2008 Central Open #1 on the Red River, near Shreveport, Louisiana.
"The ledge was the only place I got quality fish, so I bent the hook on my jig and made one pass and I had 11 bites on one pass on that bluff. That's where I stayed."