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.
It was a foggy start to Day Two of the Pride of Georgia.
Hard to tell who was really struggling and who was sandbagging
Day One with the Elite pros as they await the weigh-in...
Best lines overheard on Day One of the Pride of Georgia
Evers shows he's on point with 22-4, an ounce better than home-lake angler Kennedy after Day One of 2011 Pride of Georgia.
2011 Elite Series Pride of Georgia Day One on the water photo gallery from James Overstreet.