Updated: December 29, 2006, 5:28 AM ET
By Kevin Short | Bassmaster.com exclusive — April 1, 2006

After the miserable start to the week at Santee, who would have guessed that it would take nearly 69 pounds to lead the event and over 39 to make the top-50 cut after the first two days?

Monday morning's air temp was a cool 35 degrees which only served to cool the water and delay the massive waves of fish that literally flooded the shallows of lakes Marion and Moultrie. After the first two days, I'm not sure that all 104 competitors combined could have hauled in 100 pounds of fish. The conditions ...

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