As anglers launched at Fort Gibson's Sequoyah Bay for the first day of the AutoZone Sooner Run on Thursday morning, Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year points leader Skeet Reese was concerned with finding the fish needed to win the tournament.
No practice for the 2010 Elite Series Sooner Run on Fort Gibson Lake.
, 92 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers scoured Fort Gibson Lake, looking to glean any bit of knowledge from the Oklahoma fishery during the truncated one-day practice period.
Without any prior knowledge of Fort Gibson Lake, Mike McClelland found the fish on Day One of the AutoZone Sooner Run to secure third place and has high hopes of duplicating that feat on Day Two.
With the final day of the AutoZone Sooner Run looming, Tommy Biffle of Wagoner, Okla., is finally ready to dig deep into his bag of tricks and unlock his much-discussed secret spots on Fort Gibson Lake.
Tommy Biffle knows that he needs 20 pounds to stay in front of a charging top-12 field of Bassmaster Elite Series anglers on the final day of the AutoZone Sooner Run on his home lake.
Bass have several means of finding and tracking down prey. They are sight, vibration/sound and scent.
Skeet Reese leads in points going into 2010 Postseason for the AOY
The regular season is over. I'm sitting in fourth place in the top 12 for the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. I'm OK with that. Of course, I'd rather be higher, but overall I can't complain.