KVD just added his limit fish to the boat; he is surely winning the war of spots at this point in the day. In classic KVD style he has done a lot more running than any of the other anglers in the final four. In less than than hours he has hit six spots.
Hank Cherry fished down White Lake to its end, into the canal that connects it with Lake Michigan, as you can see in the photo above. But he didn't stay there long. He motored back up to the mid-lake area and immediately caught bass No. 3 - a less-than-2-pound smallmouth. He's probably got around 6 pounds. He didn't get the big one he saw right before that. "There was a 4-pounder following it,"
The Top 4 anglers take to White Lake in hopes of bringing home the Toyota All-Star Week title.
When we pulled up to Evers we were the only boat watching him. Now there are about 15 boats with us. But Evers hasn't hooked anything yet. He's working at it and has had some blow ups, but nothing connected. Those blow ups are keeping him close. But it's my guess it won't be long before one of two things will happen: he'll connect with one or he'll decide this ain't working and move on. Thing is, moving on, thankfully, isn't far. The width of this lake is about three par 5s across. That's from the white tees.
KVD moved tighter to shore and hooked up with his fourth keeper on the same Strike King Topwater popper that got him his big bass on Day 1. However, this one was not near as big; in Kevin's words it's a BABY.