Day three leader Wes Logan just ran into the area and stopped on the mouth of a pocket about 100 yards in front of Swindle.
We'll see if he can capitalize on the Shad spawn, or if this will be too much company in the area and affect the bite.
Another thing to consider for later in the day is the reduction of current flow in the downtown area. To hold pace with the current the first two days while running the camera boat for Chris Mitchell and Craig Lamb, my Minn Kota Ultrex was routinely at speed 9 and 10. This morning, it is set on 4 to 5 to hold the current and at 6 to 6.5 to gain. Wondering if that factor will make some of the afternoon big bites harder to come by