Kelley Jaye caught his fifth bass at 10:59. It gives him a limit weighing 13-4, according to BASSTrakk. While that puts him in third place, it still leaves him over 8 pounds behind leader Skeet Reese.
However, that fish may be important for another reason, according to Gettys Brannon. Jaye has noticed the bass aren't choking his him Megabass Vision 110 jerkbait like they have earlier in the tournament. Every one has been hooked on the rear treble. So he went to a slightly larger profile jerkbait - the Megabass Ito Shiner - for the fifth fish. Jaye thinks it might be the key to triggering some bigger bites.