College: Southern Regional Day Two OTW Check out images from the final day on the water at the Carhartt College Series Southern Regional! Posted on January 5, 2013 Photo: Shaye Baker - Justin Marlow of Kennesaw State inspects the clear skies that greeted anglers on Day Two. Photo: Shaye Baker - AUMâs Tom Frink shows off one of the baits that helped his team catch some of their spawning fish. Photo: Shaye Baker - Most are glad to see clear skies on Day Two, though some worry the post-frontal conditions will make the fish hard to catch. Photo: Shaye Baker - Daytona State College heads out on Day Two in second place. Starting 7-11 behind the leader, they have a lot of ground to make up. Photo: Shaye Baker - Birthday boy Matt Lee starts Day Two with partner Chris Seals in third place. Photo: Shaye Baker - A shot of the multitude of anglers idling through Dora Canal on the morning of Day Two. Photo: Shaye Baker - Troy looks for a few more bites like the two 6-pounders they had on Day One. Photo: Shaye Baker - Lily pads are a good indication that youâre in the right place when fishing the spawn in Florida. Pads indicate hard bottom, which is key for bass to make beds. Photo: Shaye Baker - Florida anglers make their way from Eustis to Harris. Photo: Shaye Baker - The cold wind on Day Two has âOle Gloryâ at attention. Photo: Shaye Baker - College anglers look for a bite near one of the many bridges around Harris Chain. Photo: Shaye Baker - Daytona State College anglers Thomas Oltorik and Scott Heaberlin start to climb the long hill to knock off Bethel. Photo: Shaye Baker - Though DSC caught most of their fish on Day One flipping, the weather on Day Two inspired them to make the switch to lipless crankbaits. Photo: Shaye Baker - Heaberlin sets up. Photo: Shaye Baker - Not the size they are going to need to compete with Bethel, but this one is a solid start. Photo: Shaye Baker - Heaberlin unlatches the lipless crank from his catch. Photo: Shaye Baker - A closer look at DSCâs lipless crankbait. Photo: Shaye Baker - Clean your crank. Ripping lipless cranks through vegetation doesnât always get the grass off. A quick smack on the water between casts usually does the trick. Photo: Shaye Baker - Oltorik fires away again in search of a Harris Chain giant.