In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 elite series pride of Georgia on Clarks Hill lake.
Dave Elder leads the co-angler field after Day Two.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 elite series Pride of Georgia on Clarks hill lake. it is the second day weigh in.
Denny Brauer wasn't complaining about the five-bass 22-pound limit he caught to lead Day One of the Bassmaster Pride of Georgia presented by Evan Williams Bourbon. But he knows there's a "seven- or eight-pounder" swimming in Clarks Hill Lake that could have increased his lead considerably over the 3-pound, 1-ounce margin he carries into Day Two. "I had one train wreck with a big fish that came off," Brauer said.
To understand how many Elite Series pros feel going from the two Texas lakes to Clarks Hill Lake, try tossing a set of keys to a new, 12-cylinder Italian sports car to a newly-licensed, sixteen-year-old boy. Then, let him drive it for a year and switch it with the same old family van mom hauled him around in when he rolled strapped into a car seat. "One fish in my livewell in Zapata would weigh more than all of them here," said Lone Star Shootout winner and current BASS four-day, five-limit record holder, Paul Elias. "They (the fish) were just stupid."
Jeff Kriet has encouraging words for anglers at the 2008 Pride of Georgia.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 elite series Pride of Georgia on Clarks Hill Lake. It is the second day launch.
Day One of the 2008 Pride of Georgia proved the old adage, "age before beauty."
Co-angler Kenny Newborn, retired Army Sergeant, is no stranger to Clark's Hill Lake and he proved that on Day One of the 2008 Pride of Georgia.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 elite series Pride of Georgia on Clarks Hill Lake. It is the first day behind the scenes.