What do the Elites catch 'em on while fishing the St. Johns River? Dave Mercer asks the top 6 to find out in this War Room update:
What are the top baits used during the Bassmaster Elite at St. Johns River? Find out in this War Room update from Dave Mercer.
Combs returns, and is sharing water with Paul Elias. They are talking. It appears to be a discussion on who's water they are currently sharing and no consensus was reached as to who has a right to be here. They are drifting closer so this may get interesting. Combs has decided to leave. Perhaps Paul Elias was persuasive? Or everyone is searching for any kind of bite and haven't found it yet.
Lane just boated his fourth keeper. This one at about 2-pounds. That gives him 7 pounds and change. Still no big ones. But those have seemed to come later in the day.
Mark Davis just boated a tiny keeper. But it's still a keeper. David Walker floats by yelling "Lucky!" and everyone has a laugh. Walker is still looking for his first one of the day. Walker doesn't stick around for long- he's heading west. Todd Faircloth remains south of Davis, and Elias north. Much different scene than when the full field was blanketing this area.
Chris Lane needs 24-3 to reach the century (100 pound) mark for the first time in his career. It would be the 42nd time in B.A.S.S. history (and 41st time in Elite history) that the mark has been reached during a four-day event with a five-bass creel limit.