Nick Barr put his first fish in the boat, a 15-inch smallmouth. He's worked a crankbait through his sweet spot all morning and just switched up to a jig. The water is going the opposite way this morning though, so we'll see if that changes things for him. The current was a big deal yesterday and his best bite was midday.
Alright. I've got the vantage point on Nick Barr. Time for him to catch them.
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Nick Barr is on a roll. After a tough morning, he's had a 20 minute flurry where he's caught 3 for 7 to 8 pounds and lost two more solid keepers. He's also boated 10 or so non-keepers.
Now I am back to Jordan Lee. As soon as I came back to him he swings a fish into the boat and came off. But soon he caught his fourth fish of the day. Now on the move in a long no wake zone.