Palaniuk moved to his second area, another shallow flat near the mouth of Carey Bay, and promptly put his fifth fish in the boat. It's a 3-pounder, which makes a roughly 14-pound limit at 9:15 a.m.
Brandon Palaniuk abruptly turned around his boat a few seconds ago when he saw a flock of gulls swarming the water at one end of the stretch he's fishing.
Brandon Palaniuk is working 'em over this morning. He has caught two more, both in the 2.5 to 3 pound range.
Carhartt College Bass champion Matt Lee of Auburn University took a few minutes Saturday to reflect on his Classic experience.
Tournament fishing is a game of time management. From keeping a lure in the water to being in the right areas at the right times, an angler's ability to manage his time on the water plays a crucial role in his success.