Marty Robinson bringing his first of the day on board. Photo by JD Blackburn
Jordan Lee has been seeing fish on his graph all morning but most seem to have a serious case of of lock jaw. He finally coaxed this two pound smallmouth into biting and is now looking for fish number two. Update by Bassmaster Marshall Daniel Elias
(Chris Lane admires the 5.80-pound redear mount on display in the Bass Tackler Master Store.) You know what they say about cowboys with big boots? Big feet! You know what they say about lakes with big shell crackers? Big bass!
Tommy Sanders and Mark Zona are miked and ready to roll with the Lake Havasu edition of Bassmaster LIVE. The live stream with updates from the top four anglers on the water, and Bassmaster emcee Dave Mercer, will run for four hours. Edwin Evers, John Murray, Matt Herren and Randall Tharp have cameramen in their boats. Here we go. Click here to see LIVE.
Bobby Lane and Edwin Evers just met head-on fishing down a bank and enjoyed a little friendly conversation. "Oh, Edwin," Lane said. "I was wondering why all my mats had holes in them. I didn't think anybody would find this pocket." They fished within a few feet of one another, and Lane cranked up and moved on.
To call it a tree would be generous - as Tharp approaches a bush nestled amongst the tules, he puts the poles down and sets about working the area more thoroughly. After making a few casts with a moving bait around the edges, he settles in and pitches into the cover. No bites though.
Day 1 tournament leader Edwin Evers just put his first fish in the boat for Day 2 at 7:30 a.m. MT. The small keeper should place him back near the top of the unofficial standings on BASSTrakk. Photo by JD Blackburn
Casey Scanlon now has two in the livewell. Update by Bassmaster Marshal Jim Valladares