Click here to continue 1 / 16 A great crowd showed up at the Bass Pro Shops in Orlando for the final day weigh-in of the first Southern Open of the year. Photo: Ronnie Moore 2 / 16 TH Marine and Power Pole set up tents to show off their products and support for the fishing industry. Photo: Ronnie Moore 3 / 16 Florida Trophy Catch and Starbrite Star Tron have tents as well. Trophy Catch is a cool program that rewards anglers who catch a giant Florida bass as long as they are registered with the program. Photo: Ronnie Moore 4 / 16 Toyota had a casting activity set up for young anglers to test out their flipping skills. Flipping is a major part of Florida fishing, so we suspect most of those kids will have it down pat. Photo: Ronnie Moore 5 / 16 Bobby Lane’s crew is here to show their support. For the second year in a row he made the final day cut in the Kissimmee Chain Open. Photo: Ronnie Moore 6 / 16 Before he weighs his fish on stage, he stops and talks with writer Ken Duke about his day on the water and his week of fishing. Photo: Ronnie Moore 7 / 16 Cody Detweiler talks with B.A.S.S. writer Craig Lamb about his day, giving him a quick estimate of his weight. Photo: Ronnie Moore 8 / 16 Wesley Strader talks with his buddy Luke Dunkin before heading to weigh-in. He is a nervous wreck after catching just 13-1 today. Photo: Ronnie Moore 9 / 16 On top of the Shimano Live Release boat, one could get a better view of the great crowd that is here to watch the weigh-in. Photo: Ronnie Moore 10 / 16 Defending Kissimmee Chain Southern Open champion Chad Morgenthaler bags up his fish. Photo: Ronnie Moore 11 / 16 He shows off his biggest fish for the crowd while on-lookers take photos and video. Photo: Ronnie Moore 12 / 16 Terry Scroggins, Jason Williamson and Brad Knight watch as the weights are getting closer and the last few anglers to weigh in make things more interesting. Photo: Ronnie Moore 13 / 16 The close weighs have everyone on edge. Detweiler’s dad (left) looks on as other anglers speculate what it’s going to take to win. Photo: Ronnie Moore 14 / 16 Strader shocks the crowd with just enough to win - two ounces. Detweiler’s dad smiles, proud of his son's second place finish. Photo: Ronnie Moore 15 / 16 Strader and Detweiler shake hands and hug as the scales confirm that Strader is the champ. Photo: Ronnie Moore 16 / 16 Strader lets a young fan pose with his new hardware. Photo: Ronnie Moore Couldn't make it to the weigh-in? We'll take you to Kissimmee for the final day of the first Southern Open.