With nearly two hours left in their competition day, the two competing anglers, Gary Woelber and Rogers, had yet to land a fish. Capt. Woelber knew that the spot turned on later in the day and had conditioned both anglers to the fact. But when it hit 1 p.m., he became antsy. Often, fishing tournaments are won based on split-second decisions and the trio was losing faith in their magical spot. So much so, Capt. Woelber began to crank up the Power Pole in preparation to leave. If it wasn't for his younger brother, Gary, they might have made a huge mistake.