As noted in an earlier blog today, Todd Faircloth made a great decision to go north instead of south on Lake Champlain yesterday. Jeff Kriet is facing one of those make-or-break decisions now. He's got a 13-pound, 11-ounce limit, but he's caught only seven fish this morning, and none lately. It has him wondering if it's time to move.
At 8:45 this morning, after he'd filled a limit, he was optimistic, saying, "I caught all my good ones after 10 o'clock yesterday."
But at 10 o'clock today, you heard Kriet questioning how long he was going to stay near the railroad bridge cut-through where he caught an estimated 50 fish and 15 or more over three pounds yesterday.
This is one of those decisions that tournament anglers talk about all the time: Should I stay or should I go.