Seigo Saito spent the day with Brandon Palaniuk on Wednesday for the official practice period of the Bassmaster Classic.
The big debate coming in here was who is going lock and will it pay off. These river tournaments are always a story of fishing time vs. quality fish vs. pressured fish.
Apparently Overstreet found his way through the wood without getting attacked by snakes, gators, nutria or sasquatch.
Iaconelli, Shryock, Kennedy, Wilks and Upshaw are in Pool 5.
B.A.S.S. photographer James Overstreet is already busy on the Red River.
Winning the Classic is all about making the right decisions. There are so many variables involved that successful anglers have to be flexible.
KVD is the first to score -- dropped a fish in the livewell. He always seems to set the pace.
After days of unseasonably warm weather, Friday dawned at the Red River South Marina with air temperatures of about 50 degrees.
He headed out of the little backwater and blasted off for parts unknown.
Jones and Hite are slowly winding their way through the backwater -- 15 feet apart.