I'm keeping and eye and ear on the Bassmaster LIVE video stream today (you can watch too, here). Many of the Top 5 are fishing shallow patterns today, regardless of the lower temperatures.
Bassmaster LIVE coverage began at 8 a.m., and they are currently live on the boat with Carl Jocumsen.
Follow four full hours of live coverage here.
Flight two is live for another day of Lake Guntersville fishing.
Edwin Evers gives a young fan a quick boat tour as he waits for launch.
The first flight moved out at 6:15, and now the second flight is lining up. In just minutes, all 53 Day 3 anglers will be on Lake Guntersville.
More pros float in as the sun makes its first appearance.
Dave Mercer is in midday swing before dawn. With a cameraman in tow, he's knocking out six-second interviews on the Lake Guntersville pier. Here he chats up Skeet Reese.
The first four pro boats are tied to the takeoff pier. In this group is Carl Jocumsen, who had a fantastic Day 2. Check out a photo gallery of his Day 2 here.
After all the conjecture about rain and storms for Friday, don't be surprised if the sun is shining during today's live weigh-in. Lake Guntersville is a large, long lake, but down here on...
The first group of pros have returned.
An early crowd has gathered for the Day 1 weigh-in.
Our boat driver is a guide on Lake Guntersville, and the water cooler talk seems to indicate the fishing on Guntersville is a little slow this year. So far, the BASSTrakk numbers (and the fishing...
James Niggemeyer is methodically working a string of piers. Though he's currently on the fifth pier, the strategy hasn't paid off with any bites so far.
James Niggemeyer worked an area next to a pier for about 10 minutes and seemed to target one spot. It looks like the fish won this round as he moved on without a bite.
Pollen is a definite concern for angler's looking to sight fish near the shore on Lake Guntersville this week.
We moved up the lake and are on James Niggemeyer. He is working close to the shore in a space between two boat piers.
Aaron Martens just boated his third keeper. He is working about 4 or 5 feet deep in the Goose Pond section of Guntersville.
Unlike a lot of other fisheries, Lake Guntersville has plenty of other boats on the water during competition. It seems like we've seen every make, size and model of boat in Guntersville's...
Fletcher Shryock has one in the boat. He said he needs some wind, clouds or fog to boost the bites.
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