Local favorite Cliff Prince didn't get enough time with the "running water" he needed from an incoming tide yesterday.
"I culled two in the last five minutes," Prince said. "I didn't even have time to strap my rods down. I just threw them down in the boat and took off. But that was when the water got right. And I'm not even going to have that (today) because the tide is going to be an hour later. That low water messed a bunch of people up, not just me."
Prince kept himself in the conversation Saturday by weighing a 10-pound, 10-ounce limit, which put him in 28th place. He thinks he knows who is going to win the tournament.
"Kelley Jaye is going to win it because of where he is and what he's doing," said Prince of the Day 1 leader, who also finished 11th here last year. "The fish are coming to him."