Deep South. Bass fisherman RD Trammel has a great story.Bass Fishing has always been a real big thing around home and had a real good friend of mine. He and I, we hunted, we fished together and we had a little club going on. It was about 6 or 8 of us in the club, and south of Lake Charles is a little fishing spot, Lacassine Reserve. It's a wildlife management area. We all got together and decided we were going to have a little tournament and it was one of those hush hush tournaments because you can't have tournaments on wildlife management area. We all agreed to put our money up Saturday, rolled around, so we all met up at the levee. Jerry and I, we decided we was going to fish the blue grove. We was in Jerry's boat. He was driving. I was sitting in the front, which I had already rigged up my stuff. I knew what I was going to fish with. He cut the motor and I dropped the trolling motor in. And as soon as I dropped the trolling motor in, I caught a fish for the net 15 cast. I'd caught 14 bass. Well, he's fiddling around in the back of the boat trying to get rigged up and he finally gets rigged up. I'm really ribbing him about helping me catch some fish because we kind of in a tournament, he uses a spinning reel. He finally got his spinning reel hooked up and everything. And his first cast, we heard a bloop. We looked back, well, his fool come off and hit the water. He said, Man, you got to help me. I said, You're on your own now. Jerry might have been on his own now, but the two of them had to work together to win the tournament. We'll find out tomorrow.