First, let me apologize for missing last week. Everything got crazy busy and I didn't get it done. I try not to miss. I take this blog seriously. Nevertheless, sometimes it can't be helped.
The Pros talk about what worked for them on Day Three of the Southern Challenge on Lake Guntersville.
Last week I talked about the problems with trying to cull up with high numbers as opposed to running over numbers and targeting big fish. Well, Pickwick was the perfect example of all that.
The other day I was standing out on the huge dock here at Lake Guntersville, where the Elite anglers tie up. Out there with me were a couple of anglers sitting on upside down 5-gallon buckets. Fishing off the dock.
In this article read about how you can expect slower fishing at Lake Gunterville this year for the Synergy Southern Challenge. Also read about the final day of competition at Pickwick.
Conditions at Smith Lake in Jasper, Alabama are outlined for us by Bassmaster Southern Open pro Adam Brown.
Dean Rojas is chasing after Skeet Reese for Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
Pickwick has been lots of fun this past week and weekend. It was fishing very strong.
I'm on Pickwick getting ready for this week's tournament. By the time you read this, we'll all know the first day's weights. I suspect they'll be high with a ton of limits caught.
The Bassmaster Elite Series heads back to the state where it was founded.