The field has been trimmed to 6 at the Bassmaster American on Lake Wylie with Dave Wolak in the lead.
Brit Meyers, an Elite Series rookie, was disappointed he didn't qualify for the event on his home lake, but he has high hopes for another angler, Jason Quinn.
"The only home field advantage I see right now is I won't get lost. I know where all the places are, and I know how to get there and get back."
Arkansas angler Matt Lee fills us in on what the pros can expect at the Legends on Arkansas River.
"It had the right ingredients. It had some deep water and it had some shallow water with lots of cover. I just made a pass through there with a little water movement."
"It's one of the first ones I've made in a real long time," said VanDam. "It cost me a really good fish. That's how you learn though."
Consider, only two limits of five fish were brought to the scales Thursday. Seventeen anglers managed to land only one keeper fish and 11 other anglers were shut out completely.
Several of the final few anglers who came to the scales during the second day of this Major championship reversed that trend. And there were some of the sport's biggest names among them.
Scott Rook can literally see his house from where he's fishing at the Legends.
Mike McClelland's experience on the Arkansas River is vast and he's passing on some advise.