Our annual Three Lake Throwdown is in the books!

Thirty-one of us split the three lakes, ten each at Snipatuit and Agawam Mill, and eleven at Glen Charlie. Mother Nature walloped us pretty good with strong winds all day and intermittent light rain, which made it relatively chilly for those of us who stupidly believed the forecast and wore shorts and a T-shirt.

Overall, it seemed to be a tough bite for most of us. I know it was for me. Lots of fish, but all small. Even the lone pickerel I caught was tiny.

Finding those bigger bites made all the difference today, and many anglers found it late in the day. Lots of movement on the leaderboard after the standings went off at noon.

In years past, typically one lake outperformed the others in this event. Today, they all produced equally. Out of the top ten, three fished Snipatuit, three fished Agawam Mill, and the remaining four fished Glen Charlie. And the top three each fished a different lake.

As such, the bonus winnings from the increased entry fee will go to top three anglers.

Here’s how it all played out…

Pickerel Lunker: Kelvin Nova (aka Medicen Rexx) (23.00)
Lunker: Kelvin Nova (21.00)

5th Place: Bruce Levy (79.75)
4th Place: Chris Catucci (80.00)
3rd Place: Wally Ultsch (81.00)
2nd Place: Valber Santos (82.00)
1st Place: Joseph Daddeo (89.00)

D’Addeo crushes it yet again! This is his third win with us this season and, according to TourneyX, his eighth overall. Beast mode! Valber is crushing it this year as well, placing in the money at all but one event (New Bedford Reservoir).

Great job, guys! Well deserved.

Check out the full results.

With the upcoming KBF Trail event on Lake George and the KBF SuperTrail event on China Lake/Messalonskee Lake, our next event isn’t until September 19, on Lake Maspenock. So hang tight.

Oops! Almost forgot (as usual): thanks for judging, Kevin!