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2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day Two - BTS

May 7, 2010

Go behind the scenes on day two of the 2010 Southern Challenge. In these photos Skeet Reese is in first on day two, as the field is narrowed to 47 anglers to end the day.

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day Two - WI

May 7, 2010

Catch a glimpse of the lunkers caught on day two of the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge. The southern tournament was held on Lake Guntersville, Alabama.

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day Two - OTW

May 7, 2010

Head out on Lake Guntersville with Skeet Reese and Fred Roumbanis; on day two of the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge.

Handwriting on the wall

May 7, 2010

Last week I talked about the problems with trying to cull up with high numbers as opposed to running over numbers and targeting big fish. Well, Pickwick was the perfect example of all that.

Southern Challenge: Day One notes and quotes

May 6, 2010

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge: Day One notes and quotes

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day One - WI

May 6, 2010

This gallery contains photos from the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge day one weigh-ins. The 2010 Southern Challenge was held on Lake Guntersville, Alabama.

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day One - BTS

May 6, 2010

Get a behind the scenes view of the happenings on day one of the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge.

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day One - OTW

May 6, 2010

Spend a day on the water with B.A.S.S. pros Alton Jones, Marty Robinson, Cliff Pace and Gary Klein during the 2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge. The 2010 tournament was held on Lake Guntersville, Alabama.

2010 Elite Series Southern Challenge - Day One - Launch

May 6, 2010

The day one launch of the 2010 Southern Challenge raises anglers hopes and anticipations for this season.

Half empty or half full?

May 6, 2010

There's a reason they don't declare a Super Bowl victor at halftime. It's the same reason they don't determine the Major League pennant winners at the All-Star break. Keeping the sports metaphors going, the rationale is simple: As Yogi Berra is reported to have said, "It ain't over until it's over."

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