War Room: Phone call with Greg Hackney
We watched Rick Clunn fish about half of Saturday and all of Sunday so far. He's fishing a series of points on Piney Bay, and when he goes into Piney Creek he's generally hitting spots where rocks or trees jut out. When the fish don't bite in a particular spot he'll return to a place where he fished earlier in the day. Some would call this a milk run.
Greg Hackney may spend the rest of the day here, the way he's talking - and catching fish - right now. He described this area as a big shallow flat. It's got several dead trees sticking up in the middle of it, and several more that aren't showing above the water. We've skidded over the top of a half-dozen.
We have caught up with Keith Combs in the mouth of Piney Bay and he is still cranking riprap banks. He has a limit now weigh 12 or 13 pounds. He is on the move looking for better quality fish. -Hunter Baughman
Things have heated up for Rick Clunn. he's in a flurry now with three keepers in 10 minutes. He's culled once.