McDade is a ghost town. Well, compared to the past two days it is.
Alton Jones just got a shot of confidence. His first fish of a the day - a 2.5-pounder - which came on a six-inch Yum Dinger at 8:30.
Here's how slowly Alton Jones is working his way through this shallow spawning flat. It just took him a minute and 20 seconds between casts, and he's not making long casts.
Well, you know the story: I won’t be fishing tomorrow. I missed the cut in a tiebreaker. I’d love to tell you that it’s OK but I have to admit that it hurts.
Ike and Tak have both won a Classic, but one gets to keep fishing while the other heads home. They didn't flip a coin to decide. Here's how it works.
Here at the ramp in Coushatta, the service crews wait in case disaster strikes.
Bobby and Chris Lane are brothers, but today they’re competitors first, vying for the Classic championship.
B.A.S.S. photographer Jerry Cunningham and B.A.S.S. writer Trey Reid arrive at Lake Coushatta on the morning of the final day of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Alton Jones isn't going to be burning any gas today. He's in a narrow cut across from the Red River South Marina - a shallow, narrow cut.
I'm headed to Coushatta to cover the action in the Little Jungle, a backwater near the lower end of Pool 4.