Joe Fowler was a double winner with the biggest catch and overall haul at the 20th annual Greer Family Fest Bass Fishing Tournament Saturday at Lake Cunningham.
Jaiden Redd and his father finished runnerup with a total of 11.8 pounds. Jaiden caught three of the five-fish haul.
The weigh-in at the Lake Robinson dock is an event in itself at the end of the tournament.
Boats are coming in to the Lake Robinson dock have their fish weighed
Joe Fowler was a double winner despite fishing alone at Saturday’s 20th annual Greer Family Fest Bass Fishing Tournament.
The first place haul of 15.3 pounds earned the $1,000 first prize. His biggest catch, weighing 6.2 pounds, earned the top catch.
Jaiden Redd, a first grader at Crestview Elementary, fished with his father, Matt, and teamed for second place, at 11 pounds, 8 ounces. Jaiden caught three of the five-fish haul.
Jaiden has Hypogammaglobulinemia, a type of primary immune deficiency disease, and wears with a striped ribbon on his fishing shirts, to bring attention to his disease. His brother also has the trait.
The Danny Cooper and Chris Nichols team finished third with an 11.56 catch.