Topics: Elite

Anglers bunched on leaderboard

Apr 5, 2014

When only 9 pounds separates first place from 50th place (1. Mark Davis, 33-1; 50th, Yusuke Miyazaki, 24-11) after two days on Table Rock Lake, you know that anyone fishing today has a chance to win this tournament. Focusing even tighter, first and 10th were separated by only 2-11 on Day One; the margin increased to only 4-3 Friday.  

War Room: Inside look at Day 3 leaders

Apr 5, 2014

 

Davis can't win it today but he could lose it

Apr 5, 2014

Mark Davis the Mount Ida, Arkansas pro just caught 2 more non keepers. He's in search of bigger fish. There's a little breeze gently rippling the water now.   

Prince fills out his limit

Apr 5, 2014

Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Nick Luna

Ike with No. 3

Apr 5, 2014

Ike had keeper No. 3. He's lost two good ones in the last 30 minutes, but made a move to the dirty water and now he's working it out.

Ike has No.2

Apr 5, 2014

Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Larry Stoafer

Chilly morning on Table Rock

Apr 5, 2014

It's a chilly, but beautiful, morning on the lake!

No.2 for Snowden

Apr 5, 2014

Combs has four

Apr 5, 2014

Keith Combs has four in the live well.

Davis catching lots of fish

Apr 5, 2014

I'm a big fan of the country song "Sunny and 75." Well, it's sunny and 39 here on Table Rock Lake. But I'm not complaining. The fog has burned off and there's very little wind.   We've followed Mark Davis across the lake into a pretty little cove with lots of timber around the edges. Mark has caught three fish already here, and culled with one of them, for 9 or 10 pounds in his livewell.   I bet we've seen him catch 20 fish today. Now he just needs to catch some bigger fish.

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