Jordan Lee's working hard to catch fish No.5. Right before we got back to Lee, he landed fish No. 4. Four fish, about 7 1/2 lb.
We are sitting way off of Jacob Nummy now. He's worked his way into a shallow backwater. When he boated his last fish, even from this distance it was obviously a good one. Looked to be around 3-4 pounds. He's also caught a couple of small fish that may have kept. If so that big one field his limit in a big way. We'll try to get a definite update as soon as possible.
He moved to his next spot since he only caught one keeper that weighed roughly two pounds. The current has changed and lots of boat traffic is going around him. He is hoping that this spot produces better results.
He caught a 3-lber around 8:50. That was his second fish of the day. I will leave him now to look for his competition for Day Two, Nick Barr.
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Shane Powell of Auburn is facing Jacob Nummy of AUM today. They just crossed paths in a back water. Shane still with one 3-pounder. Nummy already with two keepers. Jacob didn't elaborate on how big they were.
Shane Powell has one fish and it's a 3-pounder. We just saw him headed into the Grand River and we're in pursuit.
Nick Barr put his first fish in the boat, a 15-inch smallmouth. He's worked a crankbait through his sweet spot all morning and just switched up to a jig. The water is going the opposite way this morning though, so we'll see if that changes things for him. The current was a big deal yesterday and his best bite was midday.
Alright. I've got the vantage point on Nick Barr. Time for him to catch them.