Josh Bensema and Matthew Mcardle from Texas A&M University are still looking for fish number 4 and 5.
Follow along as competition gets underway for Day 2 on the Red River.
It's getting a little better today. Update sent by Adam Gotangco
A update from Stephen F Austin team Garret Whitley and Alec Castonguay, "Can't catch a fish but we can catch a crawfish net in the prop."
The Central Regional anglers make their way through launch and take-off procedures to start Day 2 on schedule.
Jarod Hughes shows that LSU fishing is taking a break for an engine repair, and then getting back to it.
Found the boats. There were 10 at the start of the day here in the back of Sullivan's. Now there are seven though that number fluctuates as boats steadily come and go. I've spoken with five teams so far, none of which have caught a fish. One angler commented that the water temp had dropped four degrees since yesterday. The increase in boats isn't helping either. There were five in here yesterday which is still an impressive amount considering only 25 or so locked up yesterday.
Ramsey and Zins from University of Central Oklahoma started the day in 9th place and catch their first keeper of the morning.
A busy day at the Pool 4 lock on the Red River.