B.A.S.S. pro, Ken Cook, gives you tips on developing a fall pattern.
Randy Howell talks about different ways to fish around fallen timber.
Jerry Williams had a backup plan he had found during practice: "It was a dock bite, and I hadn't had to go to it the last two days, but I knew I had to make that move this morning when my fish were gone."
The wind changed the surface conditions of the lake, from a decent chop with mild current into a torrent of white caps, all but washing away the shallow pattern most of the anglers were dialed into on Day One.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 central open #2 on Kentucky Lake in Tennessee. It is the second day weigh in.
"Going back to the Classic on the Red River would be nice," said Williams. "The Red River fits the way I like to fish. If I go, I'll be putting everything I've got into it."
For more than 10 years, BASS has partnered with the PVA to conduct bass fishing tournaments in which paralyzed veterans and other Americans with disabilities can compete.
In this photo gallery we will see images of the 2008 central open #2 on Kentucky Lake in Tennessee. It is the second day launch.
As some were having trouble with the lack of wind, a few of the pros were able to put together a solid pattern that held up on Day One.