According to Howell, that's when things really start to heat up on this part of the lake. He didn't have a bite before that, but it was like someone flipped a switch. The birds started working and the fish started biting. Today has been much the same. Howell even said he hasn't seen anyone else catching any. There are at least another dozen anglers within sight of us. Another issue is floating grass. There is a bunch of it on the surface making working topwater or any baits difficult.
Brandon Palaniuk is fishing under no pressure at Oneida Lake.
We're checking in on Brent Chapman early on Day Two of the Ramada Championship.
We're following Brent Chapman this morning.
As the last few boats leave the docks on Oneida Lake, I'm getting ready to search for Randy Howell.
The Elite Series field is ready to tackle Day Two of the Ramada Championship on New York's Oneida Lake.
If Michael Iaconelli didn’t believe in magic before the Ramada Championship began, he sure sounded as if he did when the day was done.
Brent Chapman was operating under the heaviest weight of all – not blowing a lead in the last event – and he put some serious distance between himself and his closest competitors on Day One.
See how the Elites fared on Day One of the Ramada Championship!
Go beyond the weigh-in stage at the Ramada Championship!