What better tournament to compare the current Red River Bassmaster Classic to than the 2009 Classic: same water, same time, somewhat similar conditions.
Things just keep getting worse for Poche.
I'd like to give a shout out to Bronk from nearby Alexandria. He's one of the handful of spectators watching the action back in this pond.
We left McDade and headed upriver. Halfway back we passed Jeff Kriet, so it's clear that he abandoned the pond by the ramp sooner than he did yesterday
Edwin Evers hasn't caught a fish since we've been watching him. He has moved from the very back of the pocket to the middle of it, covering about 150 yards, mostly with a push pole. He's obviously looking at one right now, but so far, he's having little luck enticing it to bite.
Keith Poche spent 10 minutes on a bed fish midway toward the back of his area.
We've moved to the very back of the pocket where Todd Faircloth and Keith Combs are fishing. Edwin Evers is as far back as you can go.
Check in on the Classic anglers and see Aaron Martens hook up with a Red River bass on Day Two of the Bassmaster Classic.
Ott DeFoe left McDade a while ago to hit a secret hole that even my driver Beaux Yerger didn't know about.
After Keith Poche lost a nice bed fish for the second time in the past hour, he and Davy Hite swapped sides of their shared water.