After a 59th place finish at Clarks Hill, Skeet Reese's season for the ages is over
We're on our way to Kentucky Lake. There's no doubt this tournament will be won offshore, out on the ledges. With that in mind, there's one question I get all the time; how do you guys find those little spots on mile-long ledges that hold the fish? The answer is we use a combination of two methods.
Finally, we're home. I never thought I'd appreciate my own bed as much as I did that first night. I don't even remember falling asleep. All that happened, as far as I know, is that I fell backward into the bed and woke up the next morning in my own bedroom. It was wonderful.
Compare your catches with those of the 2010 Elite Series Angler on day three of the Pride of Georgia tournament.
Go on the water on day three of the 2010 Elite Series Pride of Georgia tournament.
The lack of blue-backs is making the anglers work a lot harder at the Elite Series Pride of Georgia.
Take a look at the strong competition during the day two weigh-ins at the 2010 Elite Series Pride of Georgia tourament.
Let me tell you right up front that I'm nervous about this one. It's as tough here as anywhere I can ever remember fishing. No one is catching them, and there doesn't seem to be much of a consistent pattern as far as what's going on. From a professional angler's point of view, the lack of a pattern is much worse than the lack of fish. It's a killer.
During the first day of competition the 2010 Elite Series pros caught some serious lunkers. this photo gallery features images from day the day one weigh-in at the 2010 Elite Series Pride of Georgia tournament.
The first day of any tournament is a flurry of activity, and the 2010 Elite Series Pride of Georgia was no exception. This photo gallery features images from the day one launch of the 2010 Elite Series Pride of Georgia tournament.