Joshua Wagy ran into a good problem on Day Two -- the spot that was supposed to produce numbers of bass turned up big bass, instead.
Elite Series pros like Billy McCaghren are digging in at Bull Shoals Lake to put together a winning pattern for this week's TroKar Quest.
J Todd Tucker led the field today on the St. Johns River, bringing in a 24-pound sack anchored by two 8-pound lunkers.
Certain anglers have a reputation as big bass catchers. Some of them may not always come to the scales with a limit, but more often than most they have a "kicker," and sometimes that one fish gets them a check.
With everyone catching limits almost every day, big bass are important to the Elites. Who's the best at catching them?
Among Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, no one has as many tournament lunkers as Kelly Jordon. This is his favorite way to target big bass right now.
The Hicks start off looking to develop a smallmouth pattern before giving largemouth a look.
Ott DeFoe has headed north for spotted bass; Edwin Evers has started far south in search of largemouth. Which will win Sunday?
Relive the Day Two action from the Dixie Duel on Wheeler Lake.
Revisit the Day Two blog from the Diamond Drive on the Arkansas River.