2010 Central Open #2 – Day One – Launch Experience all of the action and excitement on day one of the 2010 Central Open #2. The Open #2 was held on the Red River, Louisiana. Posted on June 4, 2010 Photo: Larry Towell - The road leading to the Red River Marina South was backed up over a mile as 185 boats ready for Day One of the second Bassmaster Central Open. Photo: Larry Towell - Later flights wait on Red River Marina South road as the sun rises to the east behind them. Photo: Larry Towell - Pro Jackie Hawthorne digs out his rods getting ready for Day One on the Red River. His co-angler for the day is David Cortinas. Photo: Larry Towell - Gaylon Heard (foreground) and John Renard watch a bass near the dock as it chases baitfish in the early morning light. Photo: Larry Towell - A group of Bassmaster Open anglers talk about the changes to the Red River. Weeks of flooding changed the river dramatically. Photo: Larry Towell - Pro Frank Scalish backs his boat from the trailer early on Day One. Photo: Larry Towell - Pro Scott Dean idles away from the dock as the first flight heads out onto the Red River near Bossier City, La. Photo: Larry Towell - The BASS staff turns a house boat into an inspection platform as they make their way through the first launch of the Bassmaster Central Open #2 presented by Bass Pro Shops. Photo: Larry Towell - Boats gather and make a line as their number is called up for the inspection process early on Day One. Photo: Larry Towell - BASS Opens Tournament Manager Bruce Mathis checks live wells from the second floor of a house boat at Red River Marina South. Photo: Larry Towell - Pro Rob Burns and his co-angler Todd Gipson are the final boat to leave the marina, they will be first tomorrow as the field is flipped on Day Two. Photo: Larry Towell - Cheryl Spencer waves to the Tournament Director as her number is called up for launch. Photo: Larry Towell - Many boats started fishing within sight of the launch on Day One, hoping to get a jump on the early bite. Photo: Larry Towell - Several of the pros know that the backwaters near the Red River Marina can be prime fishing at the right time. Photo: Larry Towell - Directly across from the ramp, the fishing was "tight" as several boats choose the same bank for an early morning bite.