Yesterday, Edwin Evers told me he wasn’t going back to the upper end of Lake Decatur today because he didn’t think he could get in there and back with falling water levels. Well, he obviously changed his mind because he went straight there today. I think it was obviously a good decision since he now has a limit and may not have had a solid Plan B. And how can you leave one of the most productive areas in the whole fishery just because the going’s a little tough. In the end, I guess Evers figured it was better to roll the dice and take a big chance because it gives him the best opportunity to win.