John Murray had a productive morning on Lake Havasu.
It will be interesting to compare the numbers and weights of the bass caught yesterday and today. While some of the Day 1 leaders have struggled, especially the guys who are flipping and looking for five big bites, the rest of the field is whacking 'em.
The action up here has slowed significantly. Our boat driver is optimistic things will turn around soon when the "tides turn" as he calls it. Of course, there are no tides out here, but the tides of fortune, on the other hand, move for all anglers.
The famed party lake has Dave Mercer looking at a move from Canada. He wouldn't divulge exactly what happened, but he told Bassmaster LIVE he's now looking at properties.
I found Omori about 100 yards from Cliff Pirch. As I approached Omori, he caught one about four pounds. Now he has a limit in his live well estimated at a little over 16 pounds.
An earlier blog overstated Edwin Evers catch total, and BASSTrakk has shorted him one. Rick Mason, on the boat with Evers, confirms the Day 1 leader has four fish, probably around 7 pounds.
Cliff Prince got another 4 pound smallmouth. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Jeff Derrick