Parker is on a veritable tear. He just landed fish Nos. three and four, with the latter weighing 2 1/2 pounds. That gives him four fish for roughly 5 1/2 pounds.
Zach Parker is on the board. On his second cast, he dragged a 1-pound spot from his magical first spot. This place is remarkable. I've got Roberts' partner Matt Roberts with me today, and he said that he believes the spot is replenishing is because there's a major creek channel that swings nearby. Fish seem to be using it as a stopoff point in deeper water. He's sitting in 40 or so feet casting to a few boat-sized brushpiles. He's throwing a Robo Worm on a drop shot rig in the prism shad color. He's now for two in the boat for roughly two pounds.
Here is Zack Parker on his way to his first stop- and as I wrote this he boated his first keeper!
This afternoon we will know who will be the college fisherman at the 2015 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell
The final round 2014 College Classic Bracket gets underway. One of these anglers will compete in the 2015 Bassmaster Classic.
The saying that one would rather be lucky than good applies to many things, especially so in fishing.
Round 2 of Classic Bracket competition comes to an end as the final four head in for weigh-in.
Early on, Zach Parker of Bethel University is hooked up and trying to subdue a wily Chatuge spotted bass.
Head out on the water for Round 2 of the Carhartt College Series Classic Bracket on Chatuge Reservoir.
It's tough being a little fish in a big pond. This little guy narrowly escaped an attack near Brett Preuett this morning. Probably didn't live to tell about it for long.