Minnesota Anglers Lead KBI After Day 2

Posted on Friday, August 10, 2018 20:12 PM

A couple of American anglers lead the pack after day two of the Kenora Bass International.

Scott Anderson and Craig Peterson from Bemidji, Minnesota were in second place after day one, but have vaulted into first after day two, with two consecutive 18 pound bags of fish.

The American duo have a two day total of 37.43 pounds.

Thats over two pounds better than Adam Bachynski and Andrew Beernaert from Keewatin, who are in second place at 35.24 pounds.

Pat Handorgan and Pat Gibbons from Morson sit in third place at 34.84 pounds.

The big catch of the day belongs to John O'Connor and Byron Sharp who reeled in 20.12 pounds.

Despite the big weight of the tournament their two day total leaves them in 15th place overall.

The final day weigh-ins begin at 3:00 tomorrow, with the top ten entered in the boat parade at 5:00.