Molines win Havasu fishing tournament, but Parker has biggest fish

Greg Parker holds a largemouth bass that he caught on Lake Havasu. The lunker weighed 5.02 pounds and was big fish of the Kingman Bass Club Tournament on Lake Havasu. (Courtesy)

Greg Parker holds a largemouth bass that he caught on Lake Havasu. The lunker weighed 5.02 pounds and was big fish of the Kingman Bass Club Tournament on Lake Havasu. (Courtesy)

KINGMAN - Shane Moline and his son Tylor teamed up to win the Kingman Bass Club's third event of the year.

The club fished on Lake Havasu.

The Molines brought in a five-fish limit that weighed 14.99 pounds. Most of their fish were caught with either flipping jigs or finding fish on beds.

Second place was won by Greg Parker and Eric Woolsey. The team weighed in a five-fish limit that included the tournament's big fish.

The big fish weighed 5.02 pounds and was caught by Parker while flipping.

Their total was 14.80 pounds.

Third place was taken by the husband/wife team of David and Shannon Hilton. The Hiltons had a five-fish limit that weighed 13.20 pounds.

Mike Miller and Roger Miller took fourth place in the one-day tournament. Their five-fish limit weighed 12.01 pounds.

There were nine boats entered in the tournament.

Due to scheduling conflicts, the location of the club's April tournament has not been set.

Anglers wishing to fish with the club can contact Donnie Scroggins at 928-279-5852 or by email at scrogdog1988@hotmail.com.