Cliff Prince adding a solid 3-pound smallmouth to his five-fish limit. (Photo by marshal Scott Zarinelli)
Brian Snowden is in the middle of a wide bay. B.J., our boat driver, says that this is a major spawning area. Snowden looks to be fishing in 10 to 15 feet of water. He appears to be dragging a Carolina Rig slowly over the bottom.
Cliff Prince catching a nice largemouth. (Picture by Scott Zarinelli)
After weighing 13-11 and moving up from 30th place Friday to 13th with 26-8, Dennis Tietje is having
A 4.2-pound largemouth for Edwin Evers (Photo by marshal Mark Woods)
Steve Kennedy is in the back of a creek struggling to cull his smallest bass. "It's nowhere near as good as yesterday," he says. "They really just started biting good the last hour."
We spotted Kevin VanDam running up the lake and gave chase. He pulled up to a windy bank and quickly caught two bass that be immediately released. He obviously has his limit.
Shaye Baker posted a little update on this earlier. Worthwhile to mention again that we have five guys on the water today who managed to get out on the lake without their BASSTrakk phones. That's Greg Hackney, Aaron Martens, Scott Ashmore, Jason Williamson, and Brent Chapman. Some of the other guys are in areas without cell service. What this all means is some of the guys showing zeros in the BASSTrakk leaderboard most likely have caught fish.
Roumbanis shows off a 2-pound smallmouth (Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Gary Rowland).