Due to the flood waters that engulfed Oklahoma City impacting the fast-rising Arkansas River, the AutoZone Sooner Run was moved 16 miles north to Fort Gibson Lake beginning on Wednesday's final day of practice.
As anglers launched at Fort Gibson's Sequoyah Bay for the first day of the AutoZone Sooner Run on Thursday morning, Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year points leader Skeet Reese was concerned with finding the fish needed to win the tournament.
Without any prior knowledge of Fort Gibson Lake, Mike McClelland found the fish on Day One of the AutoZone Sooner Run to secure third place and has high hopes of duplicating that feat on Day Two.
Tommy Biffle knows that he needs 20 pounds to stay in front of a charging top-12 field of Bassmaster Elite Series anglers on the final day of the AutoZone Sooner Run on his home lake.
On Day Four of the AutoZone Sooner Run some anglers tried new areas on Fort Gibson Lake that didn't produce the fish they wanted.
In this article, Day Three Notes and Quotes from the Sooner Run, read how Morris makes the grade; Herren overcomes trouble; Waiting for different reasons; and various quotes in Overheard comments.
Read how a floating banana kills jinx for Davy Hite as he catches a glimpse of a fish jumping next to it. After making a cast that landed next to the peel, a five pound, five ounce bass swam away with his line. Also find other notes and quotes from the anglers.
In this article, read about the anglers in the 2010 Elite Series Autozone Sooner Run as each attempts to adjust to the ever-changing, constant battle.
In this article, you can read how Matt Herren lands the big bass of Day One at the AutoZone Sooner Run on Fort Gibson Lake. Also see, Poche bounces back, Mike Iaconelli has a birthday and Steve Kennedy has a fun day.
The final day's catch at the Southern Challenge on Lake Guntersville excites everyone.