Jason Quinn slept much better Friday night than he did any other night this week.
On one hand, Dave Wolak's five-pound lead in the race for a $250,000 check is exactly where you'd want to be. On the other hand, being in first place one day on Lake Wylie is the worst place to be if your goal is first place the next day.
The clear water at Lake Amistad can help the anglers see the bass, but unfortunately they also see the ones that got away.
Lake Amistad has already been unpredictable, and now, here comes the rain.
Lake Amistad is proving to be a fickle friend to the anglers at the Battle on the Border.
Steve Kennedy brought in the big numbers, but so did everyone else. Kennedy leads by only 10 ounces.
After one day it's apparent the competition for those top-12 spots will be fierce. With 55 fishermen in the field, only 2 pounds separates fourth place and 20th place in this second of three Bassmaster Major events.
Day Two of the 2006 Bassmaster American at Lake Wylie has Timmy Horton at the top of the leaderboard.
If Wolak maintains his lead in today's finale of the Bassmaster American, he will be the first angler in eight days of BASS competition on Lake Wylie to hold the lead for more than one day.