Saturday I fished a little pot tournament at Jordan. After a long and hectic week at work, I was ready to put a hurtin on em. I started out early throwing a pop-R type bait. I had quite a few hit it and miss it, most on the small side under 14" also missed one that absolutely exploded on it, I left that spot with my two fish allowed to be under 14"... a 12" and 13.5". Short run to my next spot and had one miss and soon after got a spawned out 3 lber. I covered some water looking for bedding fish and throwing that Pop-R. Boated a 14.5" in the back of a cut and catch a few more shorts. Wasnt seeing anything in the way of beds so kept on with the pop-R, I watched as a good fish swam along side it, she didnt hit it but gave away her position, Power Pole down and went to work, took about 15 minutes to get her with a jig, about 4.5 lbs. Continued down the bank and had another plump fish come out of a laydown and suck down my pop-R, it was about 4 and quite an upgrade from the 12" fish I culled. Went to another area and caught a few shorts and got a 14.75" fish to cull my 13.5"er. At 10 I estimated I had about a 14 lb limit and by now the sun had burned off the clouds and visibility was good so I committed to bed fishing as I knew that was what it would take to get the fish I needed to win. Hit several other areas and didnt see anything and caught a few 13-14" fish along the way, no help to my cause. I finally spotted another bed around 11:30, it was in muddy water and pretty difficult to see, I would see just enough of the fish to know there were 2 there, I spent 20 minutes and never got a reaction. Covered some more water looking and about 12:30 I hit the jackpot. Spotted 2 4-5lb fish a few feet apart and willing to play and knew those were gonna be my winning fish, it took about 30 minutes to get them both and culled 2 14-15" fish. Spotted another bed not far away that had 2 fish on it, I caught the smaller of the two first, it was enough to cull the 3 lber I caught earlier and 10 minutes later I culled it with another 4 lber. At that point I knew I was in the 20-22 lb range and I would have to find a bigger fish to cull anything I had. I went to another cut and caught another 3.5 lb fish but it didnt help me any. When i got back to the ramp, I talked to the 2 teams I worried most about, one struggled to get bit, the other said they had a good bag and big fish about 6 too. I ended the day with 21.5 lbs, I weighed 2 of mine for big fish both were 4.65. Other team had 18.99lbs and big fish at 5.4. Its not often everything falls right into place but it makes for a fun day when it does.