Randy Powell's knowledge of the Potomac had him in fifth place going into the final day of competition atClash. the Capital
Lee Bailey, one of the first to weigh fish, told the crowd quite sincerely that "everybody needs to say a private prayer for the guys who are still out there."
High winds and rolling waves on Day One of the Empire Chase cracked boat hulls, overcame engines and swamped boats.
"Every day's different with these smallmouths," said Cook. "We had a bunch of big fish follow the bait today. It's just that their attitude wasn't very good today."
"Twenty-one pounds on five casts!" he said. "We're in trouble. We're so in trouble."
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