Friday, June 28 2013, 08:57 PM EDT
Dayton's Andy Morgan Wins FLW Angler-Of-The-Year
Andy Morgan of Dayton sewed up the Walmart FLW tour angler- of-the-year award Friday when he hooked his five-fish limit from Chickamauga Lake on day two of the season's final tournament headquartered in Dayton.
Morgan's Friday total was over 16 pounds, which locked up that $100,000 dollar prize.Click here for complete results.
Overall, Morgan is in 14th place... he was one of the 20 who made the cut and will fish tomorrow. Only the top ten after tomorrow will fish Sunday, those guys all have a shot at the $125,00 dollar top prize.
Casey Martin of New Hope, Alabama is the new leader thanks to a 27 pound stringer of five fish on Friday. He's 7 pounds ahead of Larry Nixon.
Michael Neal of Dayton is third, Wesley Strader of Spring City is sixth.
McDonald's Corey Bradley is still third after two days of the Bass Fishing minor league tournament on Nickajack Lake, four pounds behind the leader, Chris Wilkinson of Indiana.
Only the top ten made the cut in that tournament, which will launch from Ross' Landing at 7 o'clock Saturday morning. They'll join the pros for Saturday afternoon's weigh-in at the Dayton Walmart.By Darrell Patterson
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