Elite Series anglers face unique challenge at Lake Murray
South Carolina angler Casey Ashley summed it best as he came across the stage late in the Day One weigh-in of the Carolina Clash presented by Evan Williams.
2008 Carolina Clash: Day One Notes and Quotes
Twenty-five-year-old Travis McDermott hopes to qualify for the Bassmaster Elite Series tour once he begins his career as a chiropractor. But the Williamstown, W.V., native's studies come first right now.
Two weeks ago, when the Bassmaster Elite Series pros were at nearby Clarks Hill Lake, the concensus was that this week's tournament at Lake Murray would feature some outstanding bass fishing. The bass weren't quite in the full post-spawn mode at Clarks Hill, but they probably would be two weeks later at Lake Murray.
Jason Williamson lives in Aiken, S.C., and his home is approximately 42 miles from Lake Murray, where the Carolina Clash presented by Evan Williams will begin on Thursday.
These fish provide no sport and virtually no food value to humans. Still, when knowing anglers hear the words "shad spawn," they start to salivate.
In this article they talk about the 2008 Bass federation western divisional day two
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 elite series Carolina Clash on Lake Murray. It is the second day launch.
The 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series tour makes "the turn" this week at Carolina Clash presented by Evan Williams. It's the sixth tournament in the 11-event season.