After the takeoff, I was working on my launch photo gallery before hitting the water. I found Shane Powell right outside of takeoff and he already had a fish. The TV cameraman said he has one fish, about 4 pounds. As I got ready to shoot a photo, he decide to go to his primary spot. Now I am following him, going to up river. Good start for him.
I'm Shane Powell's cameraman for the day, and he's off to a good start. We're making a run now after starting near the ramp where he had only one bite. But this bite is the kind he needs. She'll push 4-pounds and needless to say Shane was a little excited when he put her in the boat. A bite like that goes a long way on a fishery like this. Especially in these post front conditions.
The final two College anglers go head-to-head today for a Bassmaster Classic berth.
Teammates Jordan Lee and Shane Powell go head-to-head on Grand River Sunday.
See how the Day Two opponents fished on Grand River.
Jacob Nummy was emotional after yesterday’s weigh-in. He said he would gladly have given his spot to his former Auburn University at Montgomery teammate, Tom Frink.
Catch up with Jordan Lee and Nick Barr as they battle for a spot in the final day of the 2013 Carhartt College Series Bassmaster Classic Bracket.
Catch up with Shane Powell and Jacob Nummy as they battle for a spot in the final day of the 2013 Carhartt College Series Bassmaster Classic Bracket.
Nick Barr of Eastern Washington University wants to take home a victory for the state of Washington. He says it would be a tremendous point of pride to win for all the fans and supporters in the tightly knit bass-fishing community in his state.
Jordan Lee, a marketing major, is determined for this to be his year to win the Classic berth. Lee says he saw how doors opened for his brother Matt Lee last year and wants to win for that reason. But primarily, he wants to test his mettle against the top bass fishing pros.