Jacob Powroznik just added another fish, a 1 3/4-pounder, to his well. That gives him three for about 5 or 5 1/2. Ideally, he'll cull all of these before weigh-in.
Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Carl Hanchey
Jared Lintner has been attacking this spot for two hours, and he's not done. He's moved on from the area offshore to try the grass near the shore. He's flipping a jig in grass he hasn't covered yet, so maybe we'll see some action.
Powroznik has put the jerkbait up and is pitching a jig in the back of Indian Mounds. I asked him if he would be working the jig and plastic for the rest if the day and he said, "Yeah, probably. I feel like this is the best way to get that 20- to 24-pound bag." He just added a 2-pounder to his well.
After shooting Skeet Reese outside of take-off, we found Jacob Powroznik on his morning spot. He has two fish and about 4 1/2 pounds.
Lintner is staying in the same area, but going deep in his rod locker to give these bass everything to look at. Currently dragging a buzz bait over some thick grass. He's either going to get a big one, or pack up and move on soon. His fish isn't showing up in BASSTrakk, but I'm guessing it puts him in 2nd place looking at the leaderboard.
The final 12 begin Day 4 on Toledo Bend to see who will come out on top in the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite.