Despite a cold front, collegiate anglers pulled a few big bass out of Lake O on the final day of the Southern Regional!
Catch up with the collegiate anglers on Day Two of the 2014 Carhartt College Southern B.A.S.S. Regional.
College Series angler Carson Ray shows off a nice Lake O bass.
The 8th place team from UNA just put their second keeper in the boat. 10 minutes prior to that they peeled a coot off their boat that had apparently been lodged there since the start of the morning when they hit it. "Maybe that was bad luck," Martin said.
Not sure of the weight that day one leaders have from UCF but they do have a limit. As we pulled up they were culling a fish close to 2 pounds.
Second place team Abraham Baldwin Ag College is sitting on 0 fish as of 9:21.
There are about 50 boats in this picture. Another 50 behind us. Lake Okeechobee has the tendency to concentrate fish, and thus the fishermen, in one or two spots in Okeechobee. Today is a normal day on the Big O. There just happens to be 450 tournament anglers on the water today.
The college anglers await launch on Day Two of the 2014 Carhartt College Southern B.A.S.S. Regional.
Despite sudden cold temps, collegiate anglers brought in the bass at Okeechobee!
A record number of teams turn out for Southern Regional.