Looks tough on the Sabine today — maybe record-setting tough. In case you're wondering (I was, at least after Bassfan asked me the question), the record for most anglers zeroing on a competition day in Elite history is 20. That's how many Elites came to the scales empty-handed on the first day of the 2006 tournament on Table Rock Lake in Missouri. There were 101 anglers competing that day, so almost 20 percent of the field started with a big goose egg. Maybe that record falls today. No other day in Elite history was nearly that tough.

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