This 40ft long tree has been pushed 1/4 mile upstream in this bayou from the stronger current on the bayou.
Aaron Martens is persistently placing his spinnerbait in any good looking spot he can find. I'm hanging with Garrick Dixon today and Garrick decides he's going to get on the sketchiest-looking dock out here and grab some shots of Aaron. See if you can spot the spinnerbait flying over Garrick's head in the last photo.
See the top 12 anglers head out on to the Sabine for the final day of the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River Presented by STARK Cultural Venues.
Brandon Lester with two in the livewell. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Josh Lowery
All week long, Chris Lane has worked hard to keep noise at a minimum in the narrow canal he's fishing with water that runs barely deep enough for a bass boat. He's one of the more accommodating anglers when it comes to the media, but he even asked that we stay back quite a ways in the BASS media boat to avoid spooking his fish.
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."