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.
Kevin Short believes bass fishing at Bull Shoals Lake will produce some surprising results when the Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest begins Thursday.
Images from the second anual H.O.O.K. (Helping Out Our Kids) Charity Bass Tournament.
Chris Lane sets the hook on a 4-pounder.
Skeet Reese would rather have been fishing this week, but he didn’t have a lot of time to sit around and think about not qualifying for the Classic with his hectic schedule at the Expo.
Kevin VanDam has joined the party in this Red River backwater area, which shall remain nameless. That brings the total to 14 of the 49-angler field that James Overstreet and I have seen here since 8:30 this morning. We decided long ago there was no sense in leaving to look for other angers when, sooner or later, they are going to come to us. There is, however, one drawback to staying in this stump-filled, wind-blown swamp: Overstreet and I have taken to singing our version of the REO Speedwagon hit "Riding the Storm Out." Our refrain is "riding the stumps out," as we pinball to the left when a stump rides down the right side of the boat hull, then lean to the right as a stump slides down the left side of the hull. And it's only Wednesday. This is going to be a long week.