LAGRANGE, Ga. -- An ounce is 1/16th of a pound, barely a decent sip of water. That ounce also was the difference between 12th and 13th place, fishing the final day of the Pride of Georgia, and at least $1,000. Denny Brauer’s three-day total of 39 pounds, 9 ounces left Pat Golden, at 39-8, on the outside looking in. Both anglers are pleased with their outcomes, but Golden is understandably slightly more sullen by missing the final day by a single ounce.
A compilation of today's best images from behind-the-scenes at West Point Lake
Images from the Day Three weigh-in on West Point Lake
The tables turned and fishing on West Point Lake got harder Friday. Here's what we heard from the anglers
Gallery of images from today's weigh-in on West Point Lake
Meeting, and weighing in, with Skeet Reese thrills boy with leukemia
Gabe Hawks was diagnosed with leukemia this past summer. The one person in the world he wanted to meet was Skeet Reese.
LAGRANGE, Ga. -- The tables turned and fishing on West Point Lake got harder Friday. Here's what we heard from the anglers “Fishing has gotten worse, I think they caught all of them yesterday.” – Jason Quinn “It was kind of a survival day.” – Dave Wolak “It’s tough out there, I mean it is really brutal.” – Bill Lowen
A compilation gallery of behind-the-scenes images from Day Two on West Point Lake.
Evers hangs on -- but VanDam becomes his biggest threat in the Pride of Georgia
Many anglers wondering where the fish disappeared to as West Point Lake goes dry.