Click here to continue 1 / 46 Fishing on Day 2 was almost an opposite of Day 1, but the anglers still managed to bring big bags to the scales. Guntersville certainly didn’t disappoint. 2 / 46 David Mullins tells Jason Christie about his interesting day. If overheard correctly, Mullins said he dove in after a fish that broke off. It slipped out of his hands as he was legally worked to keep himself ‘in’ the boat. 3 / 46 Jason Christie had a good day. He is in 14th going into Day 3. 4 / 46 Mullins shows off his good one. He snuck into Day 3 in the 53rd and final spot. 5 / 46 Carl Jocumsen had one heck of a day, bringing the biggest bag of the day to the scales. 6 / 46 They keep getting bigger… 7 / 46 And bigger… 8 / 46 And the biggest of his day. 9 / 46 That is one healthy bag of fish. They weighed 26 pounds, 10 ounces. 10 / 46 That is the reaction of an Elite Series rookie who smashed them today and a Marshal who got to witness it all. 11 / 46 Headed to weigh them. 12 / 46 He had quite a crowd. 13 / 46 David Walker had one heck of a day as well. 14 / 46 Good one after good one. 15 / 46 He shows this one off to his daughters. 16 / 46 16. Brandon Lester brought this behemoth to the weigh-in. It was tied for Bass Pro Shops Big Bass of Day 2. Zell Rowland and Lester both had a 7-12. 17 / 46 John Crews looks for a parking spot. 18 / 46 All full for now. 19 / 46 Chad Pipkens had a better Day 2 on Guntersville. 20 / 46 ... 21 / 46 Jordan Lee had another 18-pound bag. He is fishing on Day 3. In fact, both Lee brothers are. 22 / 46 Alabama pro Derek Remitz had a great day, too. 23 / 46 Bug-eyed monster from Guntersville. 24 / 46 He jumped into contention today. 25 / 46 Remitz moved into sixth place with his 24-pound bag. 26 / 46 Aaron Martens talks with the guys at Humminbird. 27 / 46 A drone catches all the action from above. 28 / 46 Stephen Browning, who missed the cut, is off to eat a plate of Beanie Weenie. 29 / 46 Ott DeFoe and his family walk to his boat. 30 / 46 The dock was a very popular place today. 31 / 46 Squeeze 'em in tight boys. 32 / 46 Randall Tharp weighed in 19 pounds today. His family was worried about him all day because his BASSTrakk lost service for part of the day and it certainly didn’t say 19 pounds. 33 / 46 Hugs from the family make it all worth it. Fishing is certainly a sport that needs family support. 34 / 46 Byron Velvick had a 26-pound bag today. He sits in fourth place. 35 / 46 While Carl Jocumsen did as well. 36 / 46 He is stoked to head out in third Saturday. 37 / 46 Dennis Tietje shows off one. 38 / 46 Brent Ehrler utilizes his time and ties on while floating around. 39 / 46 Josh Bertrand had a good day. 40 / 46 To the tune of 22 pounds, 1 ounce. 41 / 46 Uh oh… 42 / 46 G-G-G-G-Giant Guntersville bass. 43 / 46 Chris Zaldain had a big one… 44 / 46 And a pretty good bag overall. 45 / 46 Thank goodness for GoPros. They help us cover the action on the water. 46 / 46 Chad Morgenthaler and Tommy Biffle talk about their days on the water.