Brandon Lester just put on a quick flurry it seems and he unofficially has three fish for close to 7 pounds. He is unofficially in 3rd place behind Aaron Martens and Chris Lane.
The epitome of a mobile upload. Trying to get the launch gallery up on the bayou.
First keeper fish of the day for Micah Fraizer. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Ken Moreland.
Shaw Grigsby just caught his first bass of the day. It wasn't a keeper, but it was encouraging. "That's exciting," Grigsby said. "Micah just caught one on the other side. This shows me the fish are still in here."
The water color in the places where Chris Lane has been fishing honestly doesn't look all that bad after Saturday's rains. But the water level is definitely a lot higher. Still no keepers at 8:38 a.m. CST
Micah Frazier joined Shaw Grigsby in this cut off Taylor Bayou, where both have fished the previous three days, Grigsby pointed to a mat of water hyacinth that had accumulated around a tree that was floating down the middle. "How do you like our new structure?" Grigsby said. Grigsby got here first and took the right bank. Frazier just caught his first keeper of the day off la rive gauche, which means "the left bank" in French, according to James Overstreet.
Chris Lane is now on his third stop, and he still hasn't boated a keeper. True to his word from Saturday, he's not spending much time in one place. He's testing the water and moving on
Micah Frazier boats a keeper. Only angler in the field to have a keeper other than Aaron Martens. Frazier's first Elite Event is working out well right now, according to BASSTrakk he's unofficially in 9th.