For Davy Hite this win has been sweeter and meant more to him than all the others.
In this article read how Nate Wellman's parents surprised him on his first day of competition in the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake. They drove all night from Grand Rapids, Michigan to cheer him on.
Alabama Charge leader and veteran pro Davy Hite has some stiff competition from Keith Poche, a Bassmaster Elite Series sophomore seeking his first Bassmaster win.
Read Deb Johnson's notes and quotes from the events of the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick lake.
Davy Hite and Keith Poche have learned how to work side-by-side over the first two days of the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake. Both Poche and Hite noted that the spots appear to be replenishing each day, and they'll be back there again on Friday to defend their spots and try to outdo each other.
Anglers talk about their tournament expectations on Day Two of the Alabama Charge. Keith Poche has a lot of confidence for this tournament after coming from way behind to make those two cuts," he said. "I lost a lot of them last year, but I hope I have it figured out now."
Denny Brauer was the boss for the day with his five largemouth bass at the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake.
Most of anglers headed toward largemouth of Pickwick's lower regions; others headed left for the smallmouth. In this article, read why the anglers made their choices to go right or left.
Read what the pros say about the high water and faster current of Pickwick Lake on the opening day of the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge.
In this article, you will read about how when fishing Pickwick Lake, often billed as the "Smallmouth Capital of the World," anglers still must decide each morning if they should spend time on the smallmouth of Wilson Dam's rocky tailrace, or if they should go hunting largemouth in Pickwick's lower regions.