Mike Pedroza has never hunted at the duck blind he fished today on the Red River, but he said he might try it sometime.
SHREVEPORT, La.—The dropping water level created problems for several of the anglers in the Bass Pro Shops Central Open on the Red River today, but Jimmy Johnson found the conditions to his liking. “I think it actually helped me,” said Johnson “It let me see a little bit more of the stuff I was fishing. Visibility is only about 4 inches, so when it dropped about 3 inches I saw something new to fish.”
After starting Day Two in second place, Coby Carden was pleasantly surprised by family along with a four-pound lead at Thursday's weigh-in.
Oklahoma's Jason Christie cracks the Ramada Quest for his first Elite Series victory.
Scanlon's lead not surprising; the upset was Days One and Two leader Greg Vinson's fall to 23rd place, knocking him out of the game.
Coming into focus: The clear water at Bull Shoals, where it looks like a 30-foot-deep aquarium, is where the action is.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Greg Vinson could well have been running a line in his head from an old children’s verse: “Saturday’s child works hard for a living.”
The wind blew harder, the water level rose and its temperature dropped, but Greg Vinson figured out the changing Bull Shoals Lake fishing conditions to lead the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest on Day One.
Youth to represent Western Division brilliant example of up-and-coming generation of bass anglers.
After a beautiful week of practice on Lake Norman, heavy rains the night before the event left anglers scrambling from bed to bed looking for signs of life.