|Angler||# Fish||Big Bass||Penalty||Total Wt.||Points||Payout|
|6||Matt Mollohan||5||-||-||16.8||195||ALX Hat|
|7||Will Anderson||5||5.99||-||16.37||194||Parker Bait|
First place, Bobby Stanfill of Greenwood, SC, was fishing the lower part of the lake. He caught his fish on topwater baits. Bobby’s 5 fish weighing 22.85 pounds with a kicker fish of 6.44 pounds won first place and first place option for a total of $806.
Kevin Fulmer of Prosperity, SC was second with 5 fish weighing 21.85 pounds fishing the middle and lower part of the lake. He caught his fish on spinnerbaits, topwater baits and flukes. His big fish (tournament big fish) weighing 6.58 pounds was caught on a spinnerbait. For second place, second place in the option pot and big fish Kevin took home $649.
Mark Richardson of Irmo, SC finished in third place fishing the lower part of the lake as well. He caught his fish on topwater baits. Mark’s 5 fish weighing 19.21 pounds won third place for $137.
Phillip Anderson of Saluda, SC finished in fourth place with 5 fish weighing 17.37 pounds. Phillip took home $108 for third place.
In fifth place was Steve Christie of Gray Court, SC. Steve took home $72 for fifth place.
The day was clear and windy for the first part and mostly cloudy with a SE wind at 5 to 10mph for the rest of the day. We started at 33 degrees and were at 60 degrees for the 3pm weigh-in. Water temps were in the low 60’s. The lake was clear but stained in the creeks and almost at full pool.
Group picture from left to right; 1st place Bobby Stanfill of Greenwood, SC / 2nd place and Big Fish Winner Kevin Fulmer of Prosperity, Ga. / 3rd place Mark Richardson of Saluda, SC / 4th place Phillip Anderson of Saluda, SC / 5th place Steve Christie of Gray Court, SC / 6th Place Matt Mollohan of Lexington, SC / 7th place Will Anderson of Chapin, SC.
Bobby Stanfill with 2 of his winning fish.
Kevin Fulmer with 2 of his second place fish. Also the tournament big fish of 6.58 pounds.
Matt Mollohan with 2 of his fish.
Mark Richardson holding 3 of his 3rd place fish.
Richard Presnell with his kicker fish of 5.83 pounds.