Shaw Grigsby just caught another nice fish culling to add a pound to his total, which is now 16 pounds. Shaw is actually weighing every fish he catches. His roommate Paul Elias tells us Shaw weighs every fish he catches in a tournament. "I'm not that patient," said Paul. "I want to get right back to casting."
Justin Lucas switched to a worm to catch his solo keeper for this morning, but by far his main weapon has been a half ounce vibrating jig. Zona says this ditch he's following around is actually the intersection of two drains that feed/empty this flat. Most of the time he's in 12 feet of water.
Wes Miller BASS camera crew member has just arrive to shoot Schultz as well.
Shaw Grigsby now has a limit, catching two fish on back-to-back casts. The second bass was 3.5 pounds, giving him around 15 pounds for the day. Yesterday it took Shaw until 3 p.m. to catch a limit. Today he has filled his livewell by 9 a.m. ET.
Josh Bertrand started off Day 3 right. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Kirk Lockwood.
Anglers are finding out that Lake Seminole sometimes giveth, and sometimes taketh away.
Justin Lucas is just off the main lake, working a little ditch as it meanders through a wide spawning flat. David Walker is a few yards away, working on a bed fish. Lucas casts for thirty minutes or so with a few near misses then changes baits and gets a small keeper with the first cast.
Brandon Lester has two now, almost three but he lost the third one at the boat. Photos by Bassmaster Marshal Aaron Commons.