By Todd Ceisner
BassFan Editor


Even though he was still simmering about his 8th-place finish at the Bassmaster Classic, David Kilgore can thank Lake Guntersville for tipping him off to what the bass in other Alabama lakes might do when a lengthy cold snap is followed by a rapid warming trend this spring.

BassFans will recall that's the exact scenario that played out during the Classic 2 weeks ago. Kilgore and his Classic competitors practiced in cold, cloudy conditions the weekend prior to the competition. Once the tournament got going, the water temperature began to rise and some of the fish began charging toward their shallow spawning habitat. Kilgore acutely read the situation and put himself around winning-quality fish at Guntersville.

Nearly the same sequence played out at Lewis Smith Lake last week in advance of the second Bassmaster Southern Open, only this time it was a warm spell followed by 4 days of clouds and cold before clearing skies and sun doused the lake for the final 2 days of competition.

This time, Kilgore was ready. He threw an umbrella rig and swimjig in shady areas around docks in pockets where he figured fish would be staging in advance of the spawn. He averaged a stout 18 pounds per day and led from start to finish to claim his second Open win in 2 years, clinching a return trip to the Classic next year. He finished with 54-11 and beat close friend Todd Auten by 6 pounds.

"It was one of those things where I anticipated winning way before I ever did," he said. "I knew if I didn't have 10 other people doing what I was doing, I could win the tournament."

Here's how the 6-foot-9 Kilgore did it.

Practice

When Kilgore slid his boat off the trailer for the start of his practice on Saturday, March 1, the conditions were breezy and he immediately wanted to test his theory from Guntersville.

"I learned how to fish Smith at Guntersville in the Classic," he said. "That sounds stupid, but I knew the way the way the fish had acted at Guntersville because it'd been so cold this year that when we got that little warming trend it was like half of the fish in the lake went to the bank and wanted to think about spawning.

"At Guntersville, I was catching them a foot and a half deep, so I thought to myself, 'These are the same largemouth bass that are in Smith Lake. Why aren't they going to think the same way and head to the bank?' Smith's a little (deeper) than Guntersville, but I thought, 'Why won't they go up and get in that 5- to 10- to 15- to 20-foot range and stay there to get ready to go spawn?'"

He tapped into a jerkbait bite right away while sharing the boat with practice partner and Opens co-angler Mike Spears. He also caught fish in the same spots with an umbrella rig, about a 50-50 split.

"That's how I found 'em," he said. "We had some pretty good windy days and when you get that kind of wind and clouds or wind and sun as long as you have wind you can catch them on a jerkbait this time of year."

In the first 3 hours of practice, Kilgore said he caught close to 25 pounds.

"We could've had a bigger bag than 25," he said. "It was crazy. I figured my theory was right, but I'm not sure you couldn't have done that all over the state of Alabama or even the Southeast because the fish have been so cold for so long and it's so unusual that when we got that 4- or 5-day warming trend, the water (warmed up) and the fish went nuts. It's like they were saying, 'We've got to go to the bank.' Of course, they went and that's what I did, too."

He said the first 2 days of practice were "off the charts" good, but the conditions changed for the next 3 days and his production tailed off as he explored more areas of the lake.

"I knew then what I needed to do to win," he said. "At Smith, catching 25 pounds is like catching 50 at Guntersville. I knew I was doing what I needed to do. I just needed to make it happen. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were not good. We're talking 8- to 10-pound days maybe, so I knew I was in the right area of the lake to blow it out."

His first 2 days gave him a taste of the potential his pattern and areas held. The only question that remained was would Mother Nature cooperate?

"When things get clicking like that, I get into that mode where I'm like, 'Oh Lord, is this going to work next Thursday,'" he said. "We figured it out the Saturday before and then we're like, 'What's the weather doing?' All week, I was sitting there and my stomach was churning. It was like last year at Logan Martin. I was fixing to blow this thing out. There I was catching 20-pound bags in practice.

"It was one of those anxiety deals where your stomach starts churning and you're thinking, 'God, is this going to work next Thursday?' Sometimes I wish I didn't figure it out so stinkin' quick."

Competition

> Day 1: 5, 19-15
> Day 2: 5, 17-15
> Day 3: 5, 16-13
> Total = 15, 54-11

Kilgore remembers telling Spears over dinner the night before the tournament began that if he could "survive" day 1 with 12 to 15 pounds under what was supposed to be rainy, miserable conditions, he'd give himself a puncher's chance once the sun returned on days 2 and 3.

He more than survived. Fishing in the early flight and faced with a 2 p.m. check-in, he delivered an uppercut to the field with a 19-15 bag that gave him the day-1 lead. What's more is he caught nearly 20 pounds before backing off his best spots for the final 3 hours of the day.

"I'd say I fished only 30 to 40 percent of my A-plus water," he said. "I knew I had close to 20 and I know Smith Lake, so I put on the brakes and didn't go near the other 60 to 70 percent. I went to other stuff and caught a few here and there, but mostly I practiced a lot for the last 2 days."

B.A.S.S./James Overstreet
Photo: B.A.S.S./James Overstreet

Kilgore led wire-to-wire at Smith Lake to clinch a berth in next year's Bassmaster Classic at Lake Hartwell.

The weather cleared up on day 2 and Kilgore went back over some of the same water from day 1, catching three good fish, including two that he toted to the scale. He wound up reeling 35 fish into the boat, a higher volume than the previous day. The best five weighed 17-15 and kept him ahead of Auten and Co.

"On the second day, I was thinking about whether to go back over the same stuff again because there were that many there in practice and I'd caught a few there on day 1," he said. "You start wondering if you've caught them all."

He bounced from A-plus spot to A-plus spot, catching solid keepers here and there over the course of the day.

"Then I figured out right where they were positioning and knowing Smith Lake and knowing the boat docks on it, I was feeling pretty good," he said. "People reading this might see 'boat dock' and think I just pulled up on any boat dock. No. I might've run 3 miles to fish one dock, then run 2 miles to fish another dock. I knew where those places were."

While other competitors were lamenting the change in weather conditions from day 1, Kilgore was gathering steam as his theory was playing out just as he'd thought.

"After I caught that the first day, everybody got up on stage the second day whining about how the sun came out and how it got tough and slick," he said. "I got up there and said, 'Look , folks. I've caught 20 (pounds on day 1) and I've caught 18, and I caught 35 fish today. I will go crush 'em again tomorrow. It was one of those deals where I may not have caught the weight, but I had much better fishing days on the second and third days."

Kilgore's mindset entering the final day was to leave no stone unturned, meaning he was going to tear through his best areas quickly. If he had to go around them again, so be it.

"With only 12 of us out there, I'd already made up my mind that I was fishing everything and I'd fish it super fast," he said. "They could either bite it or not bite, but I was going to fish all of my A-plus stuff and I was going to fish it as fast as I could because nobody was going to be in my way."

The morning was slower than he'd hoped. The fish were poking at the swimbaits on his umbrella rig, not devouring them as they had been. When that started to happen, he pulled a swi jig through those areas and made up for the previous misses.

At 11:45 a.m., he had three keepers in his livewell, two of which were "good ones," he said. Shortly thereafter, the sun had risen to a point where he knew the fish would start positioning in more predictable spots.

"The party's about to get started," he remembers telling Bassmaster photographer James Overstreet as the media boat idled away from him.

"From about 12 to 2, it was off the charts," he added. "I must've caught 15 between 12 and 2. On Smith, that's catching them pretty good."

His final-day tally of 16-13 was his lowest of the event, but it was plenty to win going away.

Pattern Notes

> Kilgore said the sun was one of the keys to his victory as it positioned the fish staging on docks in predictable spots.

"From about 8 to 10 in the morning, the sun is terrible because it's at a real extreme angle and it does not position them at all," he said. "You have to wait until it gets up high from about 10:30 to 2:30. That's when it's perfect and when it'd get right, it would position them just right on those docks. When you have that right shade, you could make cast and almost call your shot."

> The other key was knowing which docks to target on a lake with zillions of them.

"I know where fish spawn on Smith Lake pretty well from over the years," he said. "I know where you go look for bedding fish. Some people think it's every pocket. Well, it's not. It's every eighth or 10th pocket that they want to go in. I know where those are and if you get out in front of them and year to year, that's where they are. I don't understand Mother Nature, but I understand that enough to know you better be there."

The docks that were productive for him had 20 to 30 feet of water under the front end and 1 to 10 on the back end. His retrieve on the umbrella rig varied depending on the cloud cover or position of the sun.

"When it was cloudy, it didn't matter," he added. "You had to just pound on them because they weren't positioned. They'd be all over the place. There may have been one on all four corners so you had to throw it everywhere. When it was cloudy, I'd try to wind it as slow as I could. When it was cloudy or the sun was low, it'd be out of sight so it may have been down 8 to 12 feet. When the sun was up high, those fish would come straight up and suspend 6 inches under the floats. When they got up there and did that, I'd just chuck and wind it."

> When asked if he thought he would've won had the umbrella rig not been allowed, he said, "I could've made a run at it. When I figured the swimjig deal out, I'm not going to sit here and blow smoke and tell you I could've won it without the rig, but I could've gotten close. I had it figured out enough to where if you took the umbrella rig away from everybody, yes I think I could've won it. I knew where they were living."

Winning Gear Notes

> Umbrella rig gear: 7'11" heavy-action Duckett Fishing White Ice swimbait rod, Duckett Fishing prototype casting reel, 20-pound Vicious Pro Elite fluorocarbon line, Strike King Tour Grade Titanium Umbrella Rig, 3/16-oz. unnamed swimbait jigheads, 5" Strike King KVD Perfect Plastic Swim'n Caffeine Shad (KVD Magic), 5" Strike King KVD Swim N Shiner (KVD Magic)

> Jig gear: 7' heavy-action Duckett Fishing Micro Magic casting rod, same reel, 17-pound Vicious Pro Elite fluorocarbon line, 3/8-oz. Strike King Hack Attack Heavy Cover swimjig (green-pumpkin), Strike King Rage Tail Chunk trailer (green-pumpkin).

The Bottom Line

> Main factor in his success "The alarm going off at Guntersville telling me what the fish had done in Alabama. It made me stop and say, 'Wait a minute, if these fish will get this shallow, why won't they go stage on Smith?' Honestly, when I put the boat in Saturday morning, it took me 20 minutes to figure out I got it right."

> Performance edge My BassCat and Mercury were great. I must've planed that thing off 50, 60 times a day. I'd pull into a spot and fish a dock. I'd tell my co-angler to leave his life vest on because I'd be making three casts and then we'd be gone. When you put stuff like that through that much pressure even at the Classic I was moving a lot, so there's no telling how many times I've been on and off plane in the last 3 weeks and it still runs like a sewing machine. Also, those Vicious Vision sunglasses are the clearest stinkin' glasses I've ever worn. Nine out of 10 bass I caught, I watched them eat my bait or miss it. There's no glare on the water. They're amazing. They're crystal clear."

Notable

> Auten stayed at Kilgore's house during the event and the two friends shared information through the tournament, but wound up fishing different patterns. Kilgore knows how much Auten wants to get into next year's Classic at Lake Hartwell. "I really felt bad for Todd," he said. "The Classic's on Hartwell next year and it's one of his home lakes. He knows it like the back of his hand. We're sitting there 1-2 every day and we'd sit here eating together every night. We were doing the same stuff, but he was fishing deeper than I was and he was catching spots where I was catching largemouths. I really felt bad for him. He's such a good guy."

> Despite owning a lake house on Smith, Kilgore said he hadn't fished the lake since the Southern Open there in October 2012. "I grew up on the lake and know just about every rock on most of it. I like to think I have intimate knowledge of it," he said.

> It's a 7-month wait until the final Southern Open at Lake Norman on Oct. 2-4.

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Final Standings

1. David Kilgore -- Jasper, AL -- 15, 54-11 -- 200 -- $47,491
Day 1: 5, 19-15 -- Day 2: 5, 17-15 -- Day 3: 5, 16-13

2. Todd Auten -- Lake Wylie, SC -- 15, 48-11 -- 199 -- $16,011
Day 1: 5, 18-05 -- Day 2: 5, 16-04 -- Day 3: 5, 14-02

3. Michael Murphy -- Lexington, SC -- 15, 47-15 -- 198 -- $12,008
Day 1: 5, 15-03 -- Day 2: 5, 18-09 -- Day 3: 5, 14-03

4. Jordan Wiggins -- Cullman, AL -- 15, 46-12 -- 197 -- $10,744
Day 1: 5, 14-08 -- Day 2: 5, 19-09 -- Day 3: 5, 12-11

5. Justin Lucas -- Guntersville, AL -- 15, 46-12 -- 196 -- $9,375
Day 1: 5, 14-05 -- Day 2: 5, 17-01 -- Day 3: 5, 15-06

6. Jesse Wiggins -- Cullman, AL -- 15, 43-11 -- 195 -- $8,005
Day 1: 5, 15-10 -- Day 2: 5, 17-00 -- Day 3: 5, 11-01

7. Brandon Lester -- Fayetteville, TN -- 15, 40-01 -- 194 -- $6,741
Day 1: 5, 17-15 -- Day 2: 5, 11-07 -- Day 3: 5, 10-11

8. Woo Daves -- Spring Grove, VA -- 15, 38-10 -- 193 -- $5,372
Day 1: 5, 10-15 -- Day 2: 5, 14-15 -- Day 3: 5, 12-12

9. Jon Englund -- Farwell, MN -- 14, 38-03 -- 192 -- $4,003
Day 1: 5, 13-01 -- Day 2: 4, 16-09 -- Day 3: 5, 08-09

10. Kyle Fox -- Lakeland, FL -- 15, 38-00 -- 191 -- $3,687
Day 1: 5, 12-10 -- Day 2: 5, 13-14 -- Day 3: 5, 11-08

11. Carl Jocumsen Queensland, Australia -- 15, 34-10 -- 190 -- $3,371
Day 1: 5, 11-03 -- Day 2: 5, 14-10 -- Day 3: 5, 08-13

12. Derek Cummings -- Clayton, NC -- 14, 32-09 -- 189 -- $3,160
Day 1: 5, 16-02 -- Day 2: 4, 09-02 -- Day 3: 5, 07-05

The following anglers did not make the cut and did not fish on day 3.

13. Warren Barnes -- Dallas, GA -- 9, 25-03 -- 188 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 17-03 -- Day 2: 4, 08-00

14. Darrell Pons -- Gainesville, FL -- 10, 25-02 -- 187 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 10-03 -- Day 2: 5, 14-15

15. Josh Bragg -- Jacksonville, AL -- 10, 25-02 -- 186 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 12-14 -- Day 2: 5, 12-04

16. Bobby Lane -- Lakeland, FL -- 10, 25-01 -- 185 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 13-03 -- Day 2: 5, 11-14

17. Jordan Lee -- Vinemont, AL -- 10, 24-07 -- 184 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 10-15 -- Day 2: 5, 13-08

18. Robin Erb -- Crane Hill, AL -- 10, 24-02 -- 183 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 13-08 -- Day 2: 5, 10-10

19. Steven Priest -- New Lexington, OH -- 10, 24-00 -- 182 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 12-06 -- Day 2: 5, 11-10

20. Shaw Grigsby Jr. Gainesville, FL -- 10, 23-15 -- 181 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 14-06 -- Day 2: 5, 09-09

21. David Walker -- Sevierville, TN -- 10, 23-12 -- 180 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 09-13 -- Day 2: 5, 13-15

22. Derek Remitz -- Grant, AL -- 10, 23-09 -- 179 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 13-05 -- Day 2: 5, 10-04

23. Brock Mosley -- Collinsville, MS -- 10, 23-05 -- 178 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 12-06 -- Day 2: 5, 10-15

24. Joe Lee -- Knoxville, TN -- 10, 23-03 -- 177 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 10-04 -- Day 2: 5, 12-15

25. Chad Morgenthaler -- Coulterville, IL -- 10, 23-02 -- 176 -- $2,633
Day 1: 5, 11-09 -- Day 2: 5, 11-09

26. Craig Daniel -- Cullman, AL -- 10, 22-14 -- 175 -- $2,317
Day 1: 5, 14-15 -- Day 2: 5, 07-15

27. Stanley Gunter -- Saluda, SC -- 8, 22-10 -- 174 -- $2,567
Day 1: 4, 08-09 -- Day 2: 4, 14-01

28. David Hudson -- Jasper, AL -- 9, 22-09 -- 173 -- $2,317
Day 1: 5, 13-13 -- Day 2: 4, 08-12

29. Hank Cherry Jr -- Maiden, NC -- 10, 22-05 -- 172 -- $2,317
Day 1: 5, 08-11 -- Day 2: 5, 13-10

30. Roland Martin -- Naples, FL -- 10, 22-00 -- 171 -- $2,317
Day 1: 5, 13-09 -- Day 2: 5, 08-07

31. Marty Nester -- Mount Airy, NC -- 10, 21-13 -- 170 -- $2,001
Day 1: 5, 12-01 -- Day 2: 5, 09-12

32. Kazunori Okuma -- Moriyama-Shi Shiga, Japan -- 10 -- 21-08 -- 169 -- $2,001
Day 1: 5, 08-10 -- Day 2: 5, 12-14

33. Ken Iyobe -- Tokoname -- Aichi, Japan -- 9, 21-05 -- 168 -- $2,001
Day 1: 5, 13-04 -- Day 2: 4, 08-01

34. Brian Morris -- Cullman, AL -- 10, 20-10 -- 167 -- $2,001
Day 1: 5, 11-00 -- Day 2: 5, 09-10

35. Matt Lee -- Auburn , AL -- 10, 20-09 -- 166 -- $2,001
Day 1: 5, 10-04 -- Day 2: 5, 10-05

36. Clifton Coffey -- Cypress, TX -- 8, 20-08 -- 165 -- $1,685
Day 1: 5, 17-06 -- Day 2: 3, 03-02

37. Kelley Jaye -- Dadeville, AL -- 10, 20-08 -- 164 -- $1,685
Day 1: 5, 12-03 -- Day 2: 5, 08-05

38. Stephen Longobardi -- Northford, CT -- 9, 20-08 -- 163 -- $1,685
Day 1: 5, 10-11 -- Day 2: 4, 09-13

39. David Williams -- Maiden, NC -- 10, 20-06 -- 162 -- $1,685
Day 1: 5, 11-06 -- Day 2: 5, 09-00

40. Billy Shelton -- La Crosse, VA -- 10, 20-05 -- 161 -- $1,685
Day 1: 5, 11-14 -- Day 2: 5, 08-07

41. Michael Reid -- Perry, GA -- 10, 20-05 -- 160
Day 1: 5, 09-08 -- Day 2: 5, 10-13

42. Rick Morris -- Lake Gaston, VA -- 8, 20-04 -- 159
Day 1: 5, 13-06 -- Day 2: 3, 06-14

43. Keith Pace -- Monticello, AR -- 10, 20-04 -- 158
Day 1: 5, 13-02 -- Day 2: 5, 07-02

44. Matt Henry -- Milledgeville, GA -- 10, 20-03 -- 157
Day 1: 5, 11-01 -- Day 2: 5, 09-02

45. Eric Silverstrim -- Indian Mound, TN -- 10, 20-01 -- 156
Day 1: 5, 08-05 -- Day 2: 5, 11-12

46. Marty Robinson -- Lyman, SC -- 10, 20-01 -- 155
Day 1: 5, 11-09 -- Day 2: 5, 08-08

47. Tim Hawley -- Linwood, NC -- 8, 19-15 -- 154
Day 1: 5, 12-14 -- Day 2: 3, 07-01

48. Paul Pagnato -- Reston, VA -- 10, 19-13 -- 153
Day 1: 5, 12-01 -- Day 2: 5, 07-12

49. Greg Pugh -- Cullman, AL -- 8, 19-10 -- 152
Day 1: 5, 15-04 -- Day 2: 3, 04-06

50. Britt Myers -- Lake Wylie, SC -- 10, 19-06 -- 151
Day 1: 5, 10-01 -- Day 2: 5, 09-05

51. Eric Conant -- Lakeland, FL -- 10, 19-05 -- 150
Day 1: 5, 12-14 -- Day 2: 5, 06-07

52. Gerald Swindle -- Warrior, AL -- 10, 19-05 -- 149
Day 1: 5, 07-11 -- Day 2: 5, 11-10

53. Cody Green -- Philadelphia, TN -- 10, 19-03 -- 148
Day 1: 5, 13-01 -- Day 2: 5, 06-02

54. Kyle Worsham -- Cherokee, AL -- 10, 19-01 -- 147
Day 1: 5, 08-14 -- Day 2: 5, 10-03

55. Rodney Marks Jr -- Tavares, FL -- 8, 19-00 -- 146
Day 1: 5, 12-11 -- Day 2: 3, 06-05

56. Joey Nania -- Cropwell, AL -- 10, 19-00 -- 145
Day 1: 5, 08-00 -- Day 2: 5, 11-00

57. Seth Feider -- Bloomington, MN -- 10, 19-00 -- 144
Day 1: 5, 10-00 -- Day 2: 5, 09-00

58. John Figi -- Bloomington, MN -- 6, 18-14 -- 143
Day 1: 5, 17-06 -- Day 2: 1, 01-08

59. John Brazzell -- Ocoee, FL -- 8, 18-13 -- 142
Day 1: 5, 07-08 -- Day 2: 3, 11-05

60. Chuck Pippin -- Winter Garden, FL -- 10, 18-13 -- 141
Day 1: 5, 11-01 -- Day 2: 5, 07-12

61. Rusty Camp -- New Albany, MS -- 9, 18-07 -- 140
Day 1: 5, 10-12 -- Day 2: 4, 07-11

62. Russ Lane -- Prattville, AL -- 10, 18-07 -- 139
Day 1: 5, 08-12 -- Day 2: 5, 09-11

63. Carl Whitfield -- Anderson, SC -- 8, 18-07 -- 138
Day 1: 3, 09-04 -- Day 2: 5, 09-03

64. Ray Brazier -- Lawrenceburg, TN -- 7, 18-06 -- 137
Day 1: 5, 13-09 -- Day 2: 2, 04-13

65. Randy Elliott -- Bowie, MD -- 10, 18-06 -- 136
Day 1: 5, 10-04 -- Day 2: 5, 08-02

66. Waine Pittman -- Villa -- Rica, GA -- 8, 18-02 -- 135
Day 1: 5, 11-00 -- Day 2: 3, 07-02

67. Gene Eisenmann -- Frisco, TX -- 10, 17-13 -- 134
Day 1: 5, 09-04 -- Day 2: 5, 08-09

68. Bigworm Ludwig IV -- Auburn, GA -- 10, 17-12 -- 133
Day 1: 5, 07-12 -- Day 2: 5, 10-00

69. Arnie Lane -- Lakeland, FL -- 10, 17-12 -- 132
Day 1: 5, 09-06 -- Day 2: 5, 08-06

70. Skylar Hamilton -- Dandridge, TN -- 10, 17-11 -- 131
Day 1: 5, 07-14 -- Day 2: 5, 09-13

71. Larry Garner -- Cottondale, AL -- 10, 17-10 -- 130
Day 1: 5, 10-03 -- Day 2: 5, 07-07

72. Patrick Currie -- Millry , AL -- 10, 17-08 -- 129
Day 1: 5, 09-05 -- Day 2: 5, 08-03

73. Rich Howes -- Oviedo, FL -- 9, 17-06 -- 128
Day 1: 5, 11-00 -- Day 2: 4, 06-06

74. Smash The Giant Gallelli -- Firenze, Italy -- 10, 17-06 -- 127
Day 1: 5, 09-15 -- Day 2: 5, 07-07

75. Jeff Holland -- Winter Springs, FL -- 9, 17-05 -- 126
Day 1: 5, 11-09 -- Day 2: 4, 05-12

76. Charlie Hartley -- Grove City, OH -- 7, 17-04 -- 125
Day 1: 5, 14-04 -- Day 2: 2, 03-00

77. Sonar Burghoff -- Guntersville, AL -- 9, 17-04 -- 124
Day 1: 5, 10-07 -- Day 2: 4, 06-13

78. Danny White -- Milledgeville, GA -- 7, 17-02 -- 123
Day 1: 5, 10-09 -- Day 2: 2, 06-09

79. Jeff Cloud -- Lubbock, TX -- 9, 17-02 -- 122
Day 1: 4, 06-12 -- Day 2: 5, 10-06

80. Gary Isgrigg -- Mt Washington, KY -- 9, 17-02 -- 121
Day 1: 5, 10-03 -- Day 2: 4, 06-15

81. Kotaro Kiriyama -- Moody, AL -- 8, 17-00 -- 120
Day 1: 5, 11-07 -- Day 2: 3, 05-09

82. Jesse Tacoronte -- Orlando, FL -- 10, 17-00 -- 119
Day 1: 5, 08-03 -- Day 2: 5, 08-13

83. Jason Patterson -- Bluffton, IN -- 10, 16-14 -- 118
Day 1: 5, 08-15 -- Day 2: 5, 07-15

84. Patrick Pierce -- Jacksonville, FL -- 10, 16-12 -- 117
Day 1: 5, 10-08 -- Day 2: 5, 06-04

85. Terry Scroggins -- San Mateo, FL -- 10, 16-12 -- 116
Day 1: 5, 07-07 -- Day 2: 5, 09-05

86. Jordan Card -- Knoxville, TN -- 9, 16-08 -- 115
Day 1: 4, 05-06 -- Day 2: 5, 11-02

87. Gary Clouse -- La Vergne, TN -- 8, 16-06 -- 114
Day 1: 3, 04-12 -- Day 2: 5, 11-10

88. David Cooke -- Mooresville, NC -- 8, 16-05 -- 113
Day 1: 3, 09-14 -- Day 2: 5, 06-07

89. Kyle Glasgow Jr -- Guin, AL -- 10, 16-04 -- 112
Day 1: 5, 08-13 -- Day 2: 5, 07-07

90. Josh Herren -- Pinson, AL -- 8, 16-03 -- 111
Day 1: 5, 09-01 -- Day 2: 3, 07-02

91. Craig Chambers -- Charlotte, NC -- 10, 16-02 -- 110
Day 1: 5, 06-11 -- Day 2: 5, 09-07

92. Chris Lane -- Guntersville, AL -- 6, 16-00 -- 109
Day 1: 5, 14-10 -- Day 2: 1, 01-06

93. Rick Nishio -- Southside, AL -- 10, 16-00 -- 108
Day 1: 5, 08-15 -- Day 2: 5, 07-01

94. Ernest Morris -- Seneca, SC -- 7, 15-08 -- 107
Day 1: 5, 11-03 -- Day 2: 2, 04-05

95. Michael Johnson -- Talking Rock, GA -- 9, 15-07 -- 106
Day 1: 4, 06-12 -- Day 2: 5, 08-11

96. Rex Chambers -- Baileyton, AL -- 9, 15-06 -- 105
Day 1: 4, 05-06 -- Day 2: 5, 10-00

97. Jamey Caldwell -- Carthage, NC -- 9, 15-04 -- 104
Day 1: 5, 09-13 -- Day 2: 4, 05-07

98. Tommy Brown -- Louisville, TN -- 10, 15-04 -- 103
Day 1: 5, 08-04 -- Day 2: 5, 07-00

99. James Castillo -- Grandview, WA -- 9, 15-02 -- 102
Day 1: 5, 08-12 -- Day 2: 4, 06-06

100. Shaye Baker -- Tallassee, AL -- 10, 15-02 -- 101
Day 1: 5, 08-05 -- Day 2: 5, 06-13

101. Sam George -- Athens, AL -- 5, 15-01 -- 100
Day 1: 5, 15-01 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

102. Casey Majni -- Knoxville, TN -- 8, 14-12 -- 99
Day 1: 5, 07-10 -- Day 2: 3, 07-02

103. Drew Sanford -- Northport, AL -- 10, 14-11 -- 98
Day 1: 5, 08-04 -- Day 2: 5, 06-07

104. Colby Flinn -- Bradenton, FL -- 9, 14-09 -- 97
Day 1: 5, 08-07 -- Day 2: 4, 06-02

105. Rodney Jones -- Athens, GA -- 10, 14-09 -- 96
Day 1: 5, 06-03 -- Day 2: 5, 08-06

106. Wil Hardy II -- Harlem, GA -- 9, 14-08 -- 95
Day 1: 5, 08-02 -- Day 2: 4, 06-06

107. Adam Hock -- Independence, KY -- 9, 14-04 -- 94
Day 1: 4, 05-10 -- Day 2: 5, 08-10

108. Joe Clements -- Saint Cloud, FL -- 6, 13-15 -- 93
Day 1: 5, 11-04 -- Day 2: 1, 02-11

109. Sean Alvarez -- Seneca, SC -- 8, 13-12 -- 92
Day 1: 5, 09-12 -- Day 2: 3, 04-00

110. Sambo Fish -- Hoover, AL -- 8, 13-12 -- 91
Day 1: 5, 08-05 -- Day 2: 3, 05-07

111. Hunter Shryock -- Newcomerstown, OH -- 5, 13-05 -- 90
Day 1: 5, 13-05 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

112. Chris Adams -- Jacksonville, FL -- 9, 13-03 -- 89
Day 1: 4, 05-06 -- Day 2: 5, 07-13

113. Josh Douglas -- Shakopee, MN -- 5, 13-02 -- 88
Day 1: 2, 04-12 -- Day 2: 3, 08-06

114. Kevin Clark -- Leesburg, FL -- 7, 12-15 -- 87
Day 1: 2, 02-11 -- Day 2: 5, 10-04

115. Shane Lineberger -- Lincolnton, NC -- 6, 12-15 -- 86
Day 1: 3, 07-01 -- Day 2: 3, 05-14

116. Van Soles -- Haines City, FL -- 7, 12-13 -- 85
Day 1: 4, 07-09 -- Day 2: 3, 05-04

117. Dustin Neat -- Dunnville, KY -- 7, 12-12 -- 84
Day 1: 2, 03-13 -- Day 2: 5, 08-15

118. Scott Hayes -- Newnan, GA -- 6, 12-11 -- 83
Day 1: 1, 01-04 -- Day 2: 5, 11-07

119. Scott Mcgehee -- Madison, MS -- 6, 12-11 -- 82
Day 1: 2, 03-02 -- Day 2: 4, 09-09

120. Kyle Kempkers -- Hamilton, MI -- 7, 12-08 -- 81
Day 1: 3, 05-09 -- Day 2: 4, 06-15

121. Tim Ezell -- Key West, FL -- 5, 12-01 -- 80
Day 1: 2, 04-12 -- Day 2: 3, 07-05

122. Ron Wolfarth -- Oakboro, NC -- 8, 11-15 -- 79
Day 1: 3, 05-14 -- Day 2: 5, 06-01

123. Greg Mansfield -- Burnsville, MN -- 5, 11-14 -- 78
Day 1: 5, 11-14 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

124. Jimmy Mason -- Rogersville, AL -- 7, 11-07 -- 77
Day 1: 2, 02-15 -- Day 2: 5, 08-08

125. George Lambeth -- Thomasville, NC -- 6, 11-04 -- 76
Day 1: 3, 06-11 -- Day 2: 3, 04-09

126. David Perdue -- Wirtz, VA -- 6, 11-04 -- 75
Day 1: 3, 06-08 -- Day 2: 3, 04-12

127. Tim Frederick -- Leesburg, FL -- 6, 10-11 -- 74
Day 1: 5, 08-07 -- Day 2: 1, 02-04

128. Alvin Shaw -- Roaring Gap, NC -- 7, 10-07 -- 73
Day 1: 5, 08-03 -- Day 2: 2, 02-04

129. Chris Cline -- Stafford, VA -- 7, 10-06 -- 72
Day 1: 5, 07-04 -- Day 2: 2, 03-02

130. Landon Lomax -- Owens Cross Roads, AL -- 6, 10-03 -- 71
Day 1: 3, 05-15 -- Day 2: 3, 04-04

131. Kazuki Kitajima -- Orlando, FL -- 6, 10-02 -- 70
Day 1: 5, 08-12 -- Day 2: 1, 01-06

132. Christiana Bradley -- Bealeton, VA -- 5, 10-02 -- 69
Day 1: 4, 08-03 -- Day 2: 1, 01-15

133. Kendall Newson -- Decatur, GA -- 4, 10-02 -- 68
Day 1: 3, 05-06 -- Day 2: 1, 04-12

134. Wesley Sams -- Cullman, AL -- 5, 09-12 -- 67
Day 1: 5, 09-12 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

135. Bruce Holcombe -- Cullman, AL -- 5, 09-11 -- 66
Day 1: 5, 09-11 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

136. Keith Poche -- Pike Road, AL -- 5, 09-09 -- 65
Day 1: 5, 09-09 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

137. Hunter Eubanks -- Inman, SC -- 4, 09-09 -- 64
Day 1: 1, 03-10 -- Day 2: 3, 05-15

138. Matt Lowe -- Walhalla, SC -- 4, 07-14 -- 63
Day 1: 4, 07-14 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

139. Greg Vinson -- Wetumpka, AL -- 5, 07-01 -- 62
Day 1: 5, 07-01 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

140. Allen Brooks -- Canton, GA -- 2, 06-12 -- 61
Day 1: 2, 06-12 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

141. Earnie Jones -- Blythewood, SC -- 4, 06-08 -- 60
Day 1: 1, 01-11 -- Day 2: 3, 04-13

142. Jim Garrett -- Tyrone, GA -- 4, 06-03 -- 59
Day 1: 2, 03-10 -- Day 2: 2, 02-09

143. James Bailey -- Warrenton, VA -- 4, 06-00 -- 58
Day 1: 4, 06-00 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

144. Tony Tidwell -- Horton, AL -- 4, 05-13 -- 57
Day 1: 2, 02-08 -- Day 2: 2, 03-05

145. Garrett Rocamora -- Lithia, FL -- 3, 05-05 -- 56
Day 1: 1, 02-03 -- Day 2: 2, 03-02

146. Red Flowers -- Deland, FL -- 3, 05-01 -- 55
Day 1: 3, 05-01 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

147. Kameron Harbin -- Abbeville, SC -- 2, 05-00 -- 54
Day 1: 2, 05-00 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

148. Richard Rhodes -- Calvert City, KY -- 3, 04-08 -- 53
Day 1: 2, 02-02 -- Day 2: 1, 02-06

149. Jared Dial -- Winter Haven, FL -- 2, 04-02 -- 52
Day 1: 1, 01-08 -- Day 2: 1, 02-10

150. Clay Dyer -- Fayetteville, TN -- 3, 03-15 -- 51
Day 1: 0, 00-00 -- Day 2: 3, 03-15

151. Wayne Murray -- Baton Rouge, LA -- 2, 03-14 -- 50
Day 1: 2, 03-14 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

152. James Robinson -- Jackson, TN -- 2, 02-13 -- 49
Day 1: 0, 00-00 -- Day 2: 2, 02-13

153. Jimbo Harris -- Lenoir City, TN -- 2, 02-12 -- 48
Day 1: 2, 02-12 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

154. David Sheffield -- Davie, FL -- 2, 02-07 -- 47
Day 1: 2, 02-07 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

155. James Bader -- Fruitland Park, FL -- 2, 02-00 -- 46
Day 1: 1, 01-01 -- Day 2: 1, 00-15

156. Gerald Sensabaugh -- Gray, TN -- 1, 01-12 -- 45
Day 1: 1, 01-12 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

157. Hojin Chang -- Windermere, FL -- 0, 00-00 -- 0
Day 1: 0, 00-00 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00

157. Mark Costa -- Andover, ME -- 0, 00-00 -- 0
Day 1: 0, 00-00 -- Day 2: 0, 00-00