Many anglers struggled to find consistency on Days 1 and 2 Lake Dardanelle has thrown a wrench into many of the Elite Series anglers AOY plans, as well as their consistent patterns they found in practice. Many anglers who enjoyed a solid practice were welcomed with drops in water level and temperature. Not to mention an influx of muddy water.
War Room: Day 3 update with Gary Klein
Photo by BassMaster Elite series marshal Mark Williams
We've had an eye on John Crews for a few hours now, with breaks to report on Zell Rowland and David Walker. John filled his livewell early and since then has struggled to find fish. With the water level changing and the weather fluctuating many of these guys are having trouble finding a consistent pattern. We've watched John fish the banks of a small bay. Then fish a dock. Then fish off shore. He just made a long run and is fishing around tall grass now. I think he's throwing a swim jig.
Go out on the water with Greg Hackney as he takes the lead from John Crews on Day 2.
David Walker has got it going now with his 4th keeper a 4 pounder.