Randy Howell is off and running in Period 2.
BRANSON, Mo. — The Bass Pro Tour rolls on today with the beginning of the Berkley Stage Six Presented by TrueTimber from Table Rock Lake. The 40 anglers in Group A hit the water today as they try to position themselves in the Top 20 so they can move on to Tuesday’s Knockout Round.
9:45 a.m. CT – Another update from Rob Newell on the water and he gave us a detailed explanation of the conditions on Table Rock Lake. The water temperature is sitting around 69-70 degrees with a light stain near the White River which is normal. The big point he brought up is that wind gusts of 30 MPH are expected later on in the day which could really affect the bite.
9:25 a.m. CT – Period 2 is now underway on Table Rock Lake. When the MLF NOW! live stream began, we got a report from Rob Newell on the water. He told us that the anglers that he has spoken to have said that they think there are going to be a lot of fish caught during Stage Six. Newell said that the pros think they might need 40, 50, or even 60 pounds a day to try to keep pace with the rest of the field. As of now, that prediction seems to be correct.
8:45 a.m. CT – Cliff Pace remains your leader at 31 pounds, 1 ounce as Period 1 enters the final 15 minutes. Remember that you can watch Period 2 and 3 on MajorLeagueFishing.com on the MLF NOW! live stream with Chad McKee, Marty Stone, JT Kenney, Natalie Dillon and Rob Newell.
8:15 a.m. CT – Dave Lefebre has made a charge over the last hour to burst himself into second place behind Cliff Pace. Lefebre caught 13 bass in just over an hour for 18-14. There are plenty of fish to be caught in Table Rock, and as you can see from the pictures below, plenty of quality fish as well.