Topics: 2012 Elite Series - All-Star Semi-final

Following Faircloth

Sep 20, 2012

We've left Evers and are now on Todd Faircloth, who's way up a shallow creek that's loaded with standing timber. He told us that he's got three keepers that don't weigh much. We'll stick with him as he cranks his way through this mess.

Does experience count here?

Sep 20, 2012

So which all-star has the most experience in an all-star or postseason format?

Ike receives "The Call"

Sep 20, 2012

Deeeee-Foe, Deeeee-Foe

Sep 20, 2012

Ott DeFoe told me yesterday that he thought 3 3/4 pounds per day on Shelbyville might be enough to make the top four and advance to the semifinals on Lake Decatur.

From Ike to Evers

Sep 20, 2012

We've left Iaconelli for the fast-moving Edwin Evers.

Find 'em, catch 'em ... fast

Sep 20, 2012

Back in the day, Rick Clunn and Larry Nixon had big reputations for figuring out successful patterns quickly and executing them efficiently. It’s why they won so many Bassmaster Classics.

Crappie aren't biting either

Sep 20, 2012

Brent Chapman just trolled down a bank in Lithia Creek near a couple of crappie fishermen, and said, "Are the crappie any better than the bass in this lake?"

Faircloth gets his 3rd keeper

Sep 20, 2012

Photo by Bill Heller

Ott boats No. 3

Sep 20, 2012

Ott DeFoe has No. 3 in the boat.

Quiet on the Ike front

Sep 20, 2012

All's quiet on the Iaconelli front...

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