With dreams of 30-pound catches and a new BASS three-day catch record mostly out the window thanks to a cold front, Daniel Lanier presented the field with a challenge greater than the weather.
When you have nearly 200 anglers and another 200 co-anglers fishing in one tournament, you’re bound to get a wide variety of responses to the question “What’s the key to winning this thing?”
Fishing fans know what is possible on these waters and will be watching to see if records fall.
I’m on the Kissimmee Chain getting ready for the first Southern Open of the year. The weather has been fantastic here. For the past couple of weeks it’s been well above normal, temperature wise.
In just a little over three weeks we’ll be on Lake Toho for the first Southern Open. I thought we’d talk a little about it. That’ll give those of you who don’t know much about that great fishery some insights into what might happen.
Watch Southern anglers weigh in from Lake Toho.
If pros and co-anglers show respect and consideration for each other, it will be a great day on the water, no matter how good the bite is.
Anglers and co-anglers can compete with the best to win fame and fortune.
California's Kevin Hawk just won the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Opens points title and an invitation to join the Elite Series.