When Christi Rolin, 22, started watching bass tournaments on TV, she noticed something: All the competitors were men.
Tommy Sanders asks the Daytona State team, made up of the Oltorik brothers, what tactics led to their big win at the 2015 Carhartt College Southern Regional.
After about 15 minutes on their starting spot in Crescent Lake, Thomas and James Oltorik knew that it was time to make the decision whether to run.
The Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Southern Regional comes to a close as the Top 20 weigh their final catch to see who will win the 2015 regional title.
The final round begins on the St. Johns River as the Top 20 college teams head out to see who will win the Southern Regional.
The fourth-place Florida State University (FSU) team caught a chunky bass early. Photo submitted by Justin Mahon.
They're having a slow start with only one small keeper so far.
Daytona State packed up and headed south on their three hour run. The second place team from Clemson University was just around the corner, so I figured, "A bird in the hand..."
Daytona State sets up shop offshore as the remainder of the top 20 blow by.
The brothers Oltorik turned 5 hours into a 14-ounce lead on Sunday.