Click here to continue 1 / 7 Chris Horton and David Jones wade a small tributary off the Flint River. The small pools and deep holes between shoals are where the smallmouth call home. 2 / 7 After losing one shoe down the Tallapoosa and blowing out one sandal wading the Flint, James Hall was left with only one of each to finish the Slam trek. 3 / 7 Horton fights a Flint River smallie. It would measure just over 12 inches, qualifying for the BASS Slam. 4 / 7 Smallmouth aren't the only fish that call the Flint home. Hall caught this nice largemouth on a popper. The trio also landed nice spotted bass, rock bass and bluegill during their wade. 5 / 7 Jones sets the hook on a fish. Unfortunately, he ends up with only grass on his hook. 6 / 7 Horton displays a fine smallmouth. The bronzeback was duped by a weightless Yum Dinger. 7 / 7 Alabama's Flint River delivers, giving up this 14 ½-inch smallie to Hall. It ate a Rebel Pop R with reckless abandon.