Click here to continue 1 / 9 Chris Horton fishes Lady Bird Lake, overshadowed by high rises of downtown Austin, Texas. 2 / 9 David Jones logged in a 21-inch northern largemouth early on the final day of the BASS Slam trek, easily surpassing the minimum requirement for the species. 3 / 9 Jones and Horton tote a kayak down a steep bank of the Guadalupe River, looking for the final bass on the Slam list. 4 / 9 The Guadalupe River gave up some nice northern largemouth, but this fish fell a 1/4 inch shy of the Slam length requirements. 5 / 9 Paddling entirely too fast, Jones runs over an armadillo trying to cross the river. Poor thing never knew what hit him. 6 / 9 Scenic is an understatement when speaking of the Guadalupe River. From undercut shallow banks to towering bluff walls, your eyes are never in want for appealing sights. 7 / 9 Hall catches what turns out to be a smallmouth/Guadalupe hybrid out of some fast-moving water. 8 / 9 Questionable at the time, Texas biologists confirmed this to be a pure strain Guadalupe, satisfying minimum length requirements for the Slam. 9 / 9 Texas hospitality greeted Hall, Horton and Jones as they ended the Slam trek at a beach on the Guadalupe.