Alton Jones slowly bent down to his knees and laid his rod on the boat deck, as if he were setting an egg on a granite countertop.
Alton Jones' Power Poles went down and he promptly put his third bass of the day in the boat.
It's almost like he's hunting for deer. He moves, stops and looks for motion around a bed.
There's definitely a stealth factor when trying to ease up on bedding bass.
We just got in close enough to speak with Alton Jones, who told us he has a 3-pounder in the livewell.
Just moved over to the south west corner of Lake George. We have pulled up on KVD. He has his usual flotilla of boats around him.
Walker caught the smaller male and the 6-pounder next to him bolted. That type of thing has been happening all week.
For the moment we have Rojas in the lead with a limit that weighs almost 13 pounds, pushing him toward the 45-pound range.
Keith Combs is working the St. Johns River in hopes of taking the lead on day four.