Coming into the Delaware River event, six anglers had brought a limit to the scales each day they've competed in 2014: Brett Hite, Bill Lowen, Jacob Powroznik, Dean Rojas, Randall Tharp and David Walker. Four of them fell by the wayside on Day 1. Rojas had three bass. Powroznik and Tharp had two each. Walker had only one keeper. That left just Brett Hite and Bill Lowen with a chance to go the full season with a limit every day.
Of course, that changed on Day 2 also. While Lowen brought five to the scales yet again, Hite managed just three bass, leaving "The Turtle" as the only angler with a chance to limit every day of the season.
Apparently, slow and steady really does win this race.