|Angler||# Fish||Big Bass||Penalty||Total Wt.||Points||Payout|
|4||Will Anderson||3||5.91||8.83||195||$90 ALX Hat|
|5||Daniel Howell||4||8.36||194||Parker Bait|
This turned into one tough tournament. 5 anglers failed to bring a fish to the scales and only one, our winner, brought a limit of 5 fish in. There were low weights which is unusual for Lake Greenwood and flipping docks seemed to be the best way to catch fish.
First place, Phillip Anderson had 5 fish weighing 11.53 pounds for the win. His fish were caught flipping docks on the upper and middle parts of the lake. Phillip was the only angler in this tournament to weigh-in a limit of 5 fish. His first place finish and option pot earned him a payback of $585.
Second place was Jason Moyer with 4 fish weighing 10.19 pounds anchored by a 4.65 pound kicker. He caught his fish on the middle part of the lake flipping docks and fishing a frog. Jason earned $343 with second place and the option pot. Third place was Allen Murray 4 fish weighing 9.65 pounds. Allen took home $94 for third place. Big fish winner was Will Anderson with a 5.91 pound largemouth. He caught the fish flipping a dock on the middle part of the lake. Will took home $100 from the big fish pot and is the leader for Big Fish of the 2016 season and the ALX IKOS Series Rod.
18 anglers fished this 1-Day Division 96 qualifier on Lake Greenwood out of Greenwood Park near Ninety Six, SC. Day one started out at 74 degrees, humid with a light rain and ended with the 3 pm weigh-in with a light rain again at 90 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies and really didn’t rain that much during the day, wind out of the NE at 5 mph. Water temps ranged from the mid to low 80’s. Water was clear on the main lake and stained a little in the backs of creeks and rivers.
Group picture from left to right; 1st place Phillip Anderson of Saluda, SC / 2nd place Jason Moyer of Hodges, SC / 3rd place Allen Murray of Reidsville, Ga / 4th place & Big fish winner Will Anderson of Chapin, SC / 5th place Daniel Howell of Starr, SC. Next 2 photos are of Phillip Anderson with 2 of his winning fish and with his winners trophy. Next photo is of Will Anderson with the tournament big fish at 5.91 pounds. Last photo is of Gene Parker with his kicker fish at 3.59 pounds.