(Photo by Garrick Dixon)
“I looked around more than I fished today,” Strader admitted. “I have a real specific (condition) I’m looking for – when I see it, I catch one about 75 percent of the time. But this thing I’m looking for is really hard to find, and I have to cover a lot of water on the trolling motor to find it. I feel like I can go behind guys and catch them, though, because I have a
Bobby Lane finished the Group A Elimination Round 1 in
2nd place with 55-0, exactly 1 pound behind Strader’s 56-0.
real specific bait that they really like. Hopefully I can make that work again on Saturday.”
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