Seigo Saito caught up with Todd Faircloth on Day Two of the Ramada Championship.
The Elites are back on the water. Can anyone catch Ike?
We've returned to check on Todd Faircloth, just in time to see him cull a bass. He told us he has about 13 1/2 pounds today.
Todd Faircloth has vacated the grassbed where he caught the 3-pounder a while ago and headed back to the section of the lake where he began his day. We've decided not to follow him just yet.
Todd Faircloth, still the main threat to Brent Chapman for 2012 Angler of the Year, moved about 1/2 mile closer to shore and is fishing again, still alternating between a jerkbait and a finesse presentation.
Todd Faircloth always has a serious demeanor, but surely he's smiling right now.
Brent Chapman was operating under the heaviest weight of all – not blowing a lead in the last event – and he put some serious distance between himself and his closest competitors on Day One.
See how the Elites fared on Day One of the Ramada Championship!