Every day of this event someone has established themselves as the hot hand for the day.
Pipkens did that on Days 1 and 2. Cobb was the obvious one on Day 3. Today, Micah Frazier is making a case that he be the hero of the day. He currently has the heavy sack of the day at 20 pounds, 10 ounces. That total is helped by a 5-0 and a 5-10.
Right now he doesn’t have a stringer that would turn anyone’s head at Lake Fork.
I feel silly for writing that last line. I’m going to keep it in there, though to illustrate how quickly things change on Lake Fork.
Frazier has just culled up to 21-12 and that puts him in the lead in this derby for now. He did that with a 3-1 that replaces a 1-13. It’s a small lead, 13 ounces. But Frazier has a lot of room to grow. The 3-1 is his smallest, so it would have to be one with a big head. But there are plenty of those that live here.
Frazier has 92-9 for the derby, well within reach of the century mark with most of the day left to get it done.