Another rod on the deck might help

Mullins said yesterday that he was a “one rod Todd,” sticking strictly to a crankbait.

After watching him yesterday, I can say that’s very accurate. But it might’ve been nice to have at least another rod on the deck a few minutes ago. As Mullins approached a point, fish started breaking.

He had to quickly get in the rod box but by the time he got what he needed the action was short-lived and the fish went back down.

He did pass the point and add number two on his crankbait. That fish came off a subtle point where he caught five or six on almost consecutive casts yesterday.

It only gave up one today. He has two for a total of 4 1/2 to 5 pounds. A little heavier than what BassTrakk shows.