We've managed to catch up with Takahiro Omori, who is doing what he does best and cranking shallow wood.
The best two anglers in the world can duel it out in sight of one another during Day One of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
As we head back into this oxbow more, the brunt of the wind really hits up. It's blowing. Hard.
The water temps back in here are 58 degrees and the clarity isn't great. I'm not sure what these guys expected after a day away from the water, but the wind over yesterday and today hasn't helped any.
We just got out on the water and I posted a video of the anglers as they ran down from the lock.
Talking with David Walker at the dock this morning, he told me he liked the weather because it will eliminate more of the field right from the start.
Winning the Classic is all about making the right decisions. There are so many variables involved that successful anglers have to be flexible.
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