Alton Jones isn't going to be burning any gas today. He's in a narrow cut across from the Red River South Marina - a shallow, narrow cut.
I'm headed to Coushatta to cover the action in the Little Jungle, a backwater near the lower end of Pool 4.
Overstreet declared himself "geeked up" for Day Three. We're driving south with the stereo cranked up -- you haven't lived until you've heard him channel Gladys Knight -- and speculating about possible story lines for this afternoon. "How cool would it be if Bobby Lane is on the hot seat when Chris weighs in?" he asked.
Over 100 spectators are currently watching Kevin Wirth and Stephen Browning fishing the mouth of a small backwater near the take-off.
The best lines overheard on Day Two of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Now we're wondering if anyone from Florida has ever won the Classic -- Ken Duke, help us please. It's an important place in the history of the sport and it has produced dozens of talented pros, is it possible that it's never produced a world champion?
Overstreet and I are in the truck headed down to a boat ramp in Pool 4, where there's a boat waiting for us. That's the advantage of being media -- we don't have to make the bat-out-of-hell run through the cold. The downside? We may be making the drive for nothing. Chris Lane, our intended target, is going to make a stop on the way to the lock. If he catches a few he may not lock through.
When I look at the top of the leaderboard, the most exciting part of today's action is that a bunch of Classic would-be first-time winners pack the Super 6.
Overstreet and I are in the truck headed down to a boat ramp in Pool 4, where there's a boat waiting for us. That's the advantage of being media -- we don't have to make the bat-out-of-hell run through the cold.
After catching less than 10 pounds on Day One, Todd Faircloth made a big move on the strength of an 18-12 limit yesterday.