One thing that doesn't get old is watching a legend going about his business. No wasted casts on the part of Mark Davis and with ease he was skipping docks. Every cast it seemed like he would get bit, but he didn't. He is keeping his trolling motor on high and pausing to hit each dock 2 or 3 times. Davis is disappointed with his "13 pounds" today, but he knows that 20 pounds from yesterday will certainly keep him in the game.
Tracy Adams just boated a dandy! At least 4 1/2 maybe 5 pounds. He still needs to cull one little one; but there's still plenty of time. Come on Big Momma! Update by Michigan Marshal Dan Shine.
Mark Davis continues to peg away at docks. From what I can gather, that's a standard option when the sun is high on this lake. It's either that or punching grass. Davis is better at the docks. The big change has been in the weather. We saw rain and clouds and mostly cloudy conditions most of the day yesterday. We went from almost cloudy to mostly sunny today. That can throw a wrench into your plans.
Bradley Roy just put down his bait caster and picked up his spinning rod, and on his first cast caught a nice one. He spent a few minutes with the balance beam culling. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Dan Shine
Things are heating up for Crews Missile! Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Charles Waldorf.