Scott Canterbury made a big move upriver, stopping on a main-river point around which Micah Frazier was drifting.
Canterbury set up his drift just south and to the shoreline of Frazier, and immediately hooked up with a 4-12.
Frazier countered with a throwback and a solid keeper that allowed him to cull up.
Frazier finally ran farther upriver to set up a drift.
“I told you down there I was two bites away from winning,” Canterbury said. “Now I’m one away. I need a 6-pounder.”