Bassmaster Classic competitor John Crews is now in the plastics business with his newly launched company, Missile Baits.
Greg Vinson is easing his way back to make the lock, so Cunningham and I are headed for the ramp. It's going to be a close one. Can't wait for the weigh-in.
James Overstreet is an animal when it comes to getting the shot.
There's still plenty of time left for the anglers in the tournament, but my time on the water has come to an end. I'm heading back to host the Bassmaster College Classic weigh-in at 3:30 p.m. CT on the Classic stage. It's a great experience for the three teams that are competing today at nearby Cross Lake: LSU, Arkansas and LSU Shreveport. LSU stands as the defending champions. We will see who ends up with bragging rights this year.
Alton Jones has caught three fish in the last 30 minutes, two that helped him. But he's culling up by ounces, not by pounds, as he hoped to.
JO and I just hiked a few hundred yards through the woods to get a better view. We still can't see Chris Lane, out Classic leader when the day began, but there's a single spectator boat who has offered to pick us up
We've relocated Chris Lane. He's in a tiny ditch with a mud bar and a tight clump of trees at the mouth.
We're on the move - by land.