As of 6:20 this morning John Crews still hadn't made up his mind where to start the day.
Second year B.A.S.S. MC Dave Mercer isn't bothered by today's heavy winds, and it's not because he's from Canada
On a fishery that is likely to fish small, many of the competitors covet an early boat number that will allow them to get on the "juice" early.
Here at Red River South the wind is howling but the pros don't seem concerned.
Edwin Evers was the first of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic contestants to go through the food line at Media Day this afternoon.
Red even fishing small in practice
Multiple boats have trickled back to within sight of the Red River South Marina. Certainly someone could find something special in the last hour or so, but it feels like they are just biding their time.
Moments after spooking a big gator, Glasgow set the hook and landed a small bass. After six hours on the water and no jerking, I was beginning to doubt that bass actually live here. Now I know there's at least one -- but he's been sore-mouthed
We are watching Alan Glasgow, who is exceptionally talkative and confident and pitches and flips with grace. He said he had a great practice and today continues that trend, even though he's fishing his secondary water. He said he knows where he'll start on Friday but it's not here.