All five of those teams caught limits on Day Two, and all were in the top five after Day One, just in a slightly different arrangement.
"It's going to be tougher today," he said. "We need to get on them early. Early and quick and big … We need to try again to see if yesterday was a fluke."
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When reached by phone, Bassmaster Elite Series angler Fred Roumbanis hadn't heard the news: BASS' newly released 2008 schedule doesn't include any Major tournaments.
Here was Fred Roumbanis' three-day progression in the Bassmaster Legends presented by Ramada Worldwide: 20 pounds, five ounces on Day One (the biggest of the tournament); then 6-11; and finally, 5-0.
Last week, as he prepared to fish the Bassmaster Legends tournament (worth a cool quarter-mil to the winner) Jason Quinn called home.
Unfortunately for Aaron Martens, his frog killed his bass and cost him at the Bassmaster Legends tournament.
Nutritionist Ken Hoover helps the Bassmaster Elite Series pro keep their energy levels high with healthy foods.
The pros enjoy sleeping-in at the Bassmaster Memorial as the launch time isn't until 8:00 a.m.
"It was one of the most awesome fishing days of my life," Evers told the crowd before he weighed in the biggest sack caught in this tournament. "It was a day from Heaven."