When we left Lavigne about an hour ago he hadn't had another bite. He moved areas and didn't have any luck with the change up. But there was a different feel as we were leaving. Several boats were on the move and it looked like anglers were repositioning on their better stuff, anticipating that the bite would soon pick up. Let's hope it does.
Just caught up with day one leader Ryan Lavigne who had one near three pounds in the boat so far. He said yesterday that he wasn't getting many bites and most came late in the day. Going to stick with him for a while.
The Mid-Atlantic Division representatives are dialing into a pattern during the early part of the JWC practice day.
The extra day of cold is taking its toll this morning. This time yesterday, everyone we talked to had at least one or two fish. Today: nothing, nada, zilch.
The B.A.S.S. Nation Championship enjoyed the first frost of the season during a chilly start to Day Two.
There are six Bassmaster Classic spots and one invitation to the Bassmaster Elite Series up for grabs at this week’s B.A.S.S. Nation Championship. This is a big tournament —as big as it gets for amateur anglers. It was this tournament that started my love for competitive bass fishing. In April of 1998, my dad took my brother, Jordan, and me to the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship in Knoxville, Tenn.
Slow go so far on Day Two. We've stopped on the few boats that we've seen this morning and grind doesn't begin to describe it.
The Bassmaster Junior World Championship contenders are practicing on the Arkansas River this morning.
Ryan Lavigne — surrounded by family and friends who drove hours to be by his side — took a commanding Day One lead on Arkansas’ Lake Dardanelle.