Coming into focus: The clear water at Bull Shoals, where it looks like a 30-foot-deep aquarium, is where the action is.
Falcon Lake, Keith Combs, Rick Clunn, B.A.S.S and Clark Reehm — everything smells like roses in Zapata, Texas.
David Walker thinks many anglers make a mistake when trying to take advantage of summertime current flows in lakes like those on the Tennessee River chain.
Dennis Tietje talks about watching his fellow Elite Anglers gear up for the Toledo Bend Battle.
Britt Myers wished for wind to turn on the bass in Bull Shoals, but he got a little more than he asked for in East Sugarloaf Creek. When the wind picked up about an hour ago, big white caps started rolling right down the pipe.
Edwin Evers and Brandon Palaniuk started within shouting distance of each other.
"We're a greedy bunch," Britt Myers said. "In the morning, we're like just give me 14 (pounds). Then we get that and we want 15."
Britt Myers said he might have had his best fishing day of his life yesterday.
No one knew that Bull Shoals was brimming with the potential shown in the first two days of competition.