"There's a hundred of 'em down there and they all weigh three and half pounds apeice."
And with that the flurry began for Jacob Wheeler.
Spending 13 days on Cherokee Lake in December is paying off. While there he spent the entire time graphing the lake, from one end to the other.
Wheeler made a key, planned move to a spot that is producing the fish. Within 10 minutes here's what he's caught, by time and weight, according to BASSTrak.
10:16 a.m.: 3-4
10:16 a.m.: 2-0
10:26 a.m.: 4-0
10:27 a.m.: 3-12
10:27 a.m.: 3-8
10:28 a.m.: 4-0
The key point to remember is afternoon was the best time of the day for Wheeler on Day 2.