When the rains comes down, does the bite turn up? For Texas angler Brett Millner, the answer is yes. This one wasn’t a keeper, but it’s a good sign that the fish are getting active.
Weather watch: The severe thunderstorms that were expected to hit today have arrived. My boat driver, Oklahoma B.A.S.S. Nation President Mike Myers, gets weather alerts via Sirius satellite on his Lowrance HDS 10. Lake Eufaula, which Myers called “The Gentle Giant” in this blog on Day 1, is about to get decidedly less gentle.
William Valdez, a high cchool angler from Oklahoma, is all smiles with his 3rd fish of the day William and his team partner Alex Torkleson have their priorities in order as the look to help increase Oklahoma's Team lead in the B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional.
BASS photographer Greg Huff get a shot of a "Good un" that Oklahoma angler Brandon Pedigo shows off.
The final day of competition on Lake Eufaula
We all carry our sponsor decals on our boats regularly, But Keith Blackstone (OK) carries a CHAOS decal with him always. It is his 12 year old Daughter Katie's softball team and as soon as he leave the tournament he has an entire weekend ahead of him cheering her on in her own tournament
The bass seemed to get a little bigger on the second day of the B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional o
As seen from the Boat U.S. lead boat, B.A.S.S. Nation anglers prepare to launch on Okalahoma’s Lake Eufaula in the Central Divisional.
Robert DeGrafenreid from Oklahoma and his co angler Jeremy Dennienn from Kansas are excited to be the Day 2 Oklahoma leader as he sets out to try to retain his lead and become a 2-time national qualifier.
David Cavell takes the team lead for Louisiana B.A.S.S. Nation on Day 2. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Gaubert)