Travis Opel and Taylor Throop of Eastern Washington caught a 20-pounder -- a carp, that is.
They already had a couple of bass in the livewell at the time.
Nick Barr of Eastern Washington University expects 25 pounds a day to be the ticket on Clear Lake.
Jesse Scarafiotti is the current record holder for big bass for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series. His 11-11 from Amistad last year was bigger than any other bass caught in B.A.S.S. competition in 2013.
Alex Stewart and Danny Vine of North Arizona State drove 14 hours to be here at Clear Lake.
Attention anglers: The dates for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Eastern Regional have moved. Anglers will now fish on Thursday and Friday, June 12-13. The registration and briefing will be held June 11. Your tournament registrations must be submitted by Friday, May 9. Click here to register for the tournament.
The sacalait (Cajun French for crappie) are biting! (photo by Zachary Dubois)
It's almost playing out like a soap opera ...
Moments after ULM's agonizing loss - just like that - Preuette puts a solid fish in the boat. This fish pushes 3 pounds and is just the boost ULM needed.
Blackett of ULM just lost a 5 to 6 pounder. "One of those you see once a year on the river" according to Preuett.
That's going to be tough to bounce back from.
First-place team of ULM and second-place team of Arkansas Tech cross paths ... again.