Greenfield angler Mike Dill came out on top of a very tight top 10 places at Saturday’s American Bass Angler D126 tournament on Stockton Lake. Dill’s catch tipped the scales at 13.52 lbs, anchored with Big Bass that went 5.82 lbs. He took $990 for his efforts. Scott Lawson was not far behind with 13 lbs for 2nd place; 3rd place went to Austin Morris with 12.7 lbs followed closely by John Bennett who weighed in 12.53 lbs. The top 10 places ranged from 13.52 lbs to 10.17 lbs.
The weather was a little better than the forecast with only a few showers and a little sunshine from time to time. Air temperature got to the 60’s; water temperature ranged from 50-55 with a somewhat light ESE wind.
Anglers reported catching fish shallow on crankbaits, jerkbaits and jigs. Some of the bigger fish came deeper on jigs. See full results with pictures at our website, www.centralmidwestbass.com.
American Bass Anglers is a national circuit with divisions in 40 plus states. It is designed for the week-end angler from age 14, boater and non-boater. There are several divisions in this area including D126 (Stockton), D49 (Truman, LOZ, Pomme), D65 (Grand) and several in Arkansas, Kansas and other Oklahoma divisions. View more information about some of these divisions at www.centralmidwestbass.com or www.americanbassanglers.com or call Becky at 316.