Last night, our latest Thursday Night Throwdown event took place on Chauncy Lake in Westborough. A surprisingly low turnout for this one, with only five anglers registering.

Chauncy is a great little spot, so I had expected more people to sign up.

Whatever the case, I watched the standings from Maine, and it was a back-and-forth battle for a while, with the top spot changing hands multiple times.

A small cull from Steve Hedges or Matthew Conant would have given them the win.

Nate Chagnon made a late run for the top, putting up two fish in the last 30 minutes, but he was unable to find a third. A 14-incher would have given him the win.

In the end, Mike Morcone walked away with second place and lunker. Mike put up 37.75 with just two fish, a 19.75 and an 18. An 8-incher would have secured the victory, but Mike also couldn’t find that third fish.

Lee Kennon joined us for the first time in a while and found a good one within the first 10 minutes, then two more just after 7 PM. At 8 PM, he uploaded all three and jumped to the top of the leaderboard, where he stayed for the remainder of the event.

Lee also nabbed pickerel lunker with a 19.5-incher.

Congrats, man! Great job.

Check out the standings here.

The next Thursday Night Throwdown will be on Snipatuit Pond next Thursday, September 9. Registration goes live Friday morning at 10 AM. Should be a good one!