Martens caught his third fish in a matter of minutes. He appears to be on a wad of fish back year but he's yet to entice the game-changing bite that'll be necessary to compete for the title. The question remains -- will he grind it out or tire of the cookie cutters? Meanwhile, Roumbanis connected on a short fish which he quickly released. He'd probably kill for a few of Aaron's discards.
I've jumped on the camera boat to get a video update with Poche. Once you get back in that pocket, it's amazing how clear it is.
Fred expressed disappointment with his results so far. He'd planned to come in here, sack a quick limit and leave but he just has "a couple." Now he's likely committed to the area for the day. Meanwhile he had to witness Martens catch two fish in a ten minute stretch.
We're following Fred Roumbanis now. After watching Martens move at a glacial pace, Boom Boom seems to be fluing down the bank, even though truth be told he's progressing rather deliberately. He's mixing it up, but part of the mix includes a spinning rod. He just dumped a small fish at the boat, then came up empty on consecutive swings.
We're seeing anglers sight fishing for the first time on Day Two of the Bassmaster Classic.
Fans, friends and family crowded the Red River Marina for the Day Two launch of the Bassmaster Classic.
It may be a little chillier than most people’s idea of paradise, but that’s what the 2012 Bassmaster Classic is to Taylor and Matthew Fitzhugh, who chose to honeymoon in Shreveport during the three-day fishing competition.
Just when it seemed like McDade was grinding to a halt, Steve Kennedy whacked a 2-pounder and Ott boated a 2- and a 3-pounder.