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.
A photo gallery from Day Two on West Point Lake
Federation Nation chapters across country pitching in to help tornado victims
Anglers find they have to move around to pick up fish
Check out the on-the-water action from Day Two of the Pride of Georgia.
With so many people preferring to release their fish — even their record-class fish — it only makes sense to create a record classification for fish length.
My problem this year has had nothing to do with physical ability or technique. I’m simply failing to reach that understanding of the fish through the practice period that I need in order to be successful.
The fishing's a little tough, but that's put into perspective by the devastation I saw throughout the South this week.