David Schuffert of New Kensington, PA caught this 8 lb -9 ½ oz Walleye. It was 28 ¼ inches long and had a girth of 16 ¼ inches. He caught it trolling west of Walnut Creek in 30 ft of water. He caught it on a worm on a black and white worm harness.
It seems like the Walleye fishing is really picking up.
|Fourteen year old Elliott Haire and Fifteen year old Nat Conrad came in with these nice fish for Angler Award. Elliotts’ was 8 lb. 7 oz. It was 30 ¼ inches long with a girth of 16 inches and Nats’ was 9 lb. 6 oz. It was 29 ½ inches long and had a girth of 17 ¾ inches. They both were caught in 20 ft. of water between Trout Run and Godfrey using plugs. The color was black and silver for them.|
|Ten year old Zach Mynes came in with a 5lb. 4 oz. Walleye. It was 25 ½ inches long and had a girth of 12 ½ inches. He caught it out Perch fishing in 50 ft. of water straight out of Walnut Creek on an emerald shiner. It was just a little shy for the Angler Award.|
The Perch have started hitting too. Most of them seem to be out in 50 ft. of water straight out of Walnut Creek.
Eleven year old Devan Mynes came in with this 1 lb Perch for an Angler Award. It was 12 ½ inches long and had a girth of 9 inches. She caught it out in 50 ft. of water on an emerald shiner.
|Seven year old Kolton Boyer caught his 12 ounce Perch out in 50 ft. of water also on an emerald shiner. His fish just made Angler award size. It was 12 inches with a girth of 8 inches.|
Daniel Radaker of Fairmount City went out fishing for the first time ever on Lake Erie. He came in with his limit of Walleye and a nice sized Catfish. He caught them all on Dipsy’s and Worm Harnesses. His most productive color was Chartreuse. He was fishing in 35 ft. of water west of Walnut Creek. He got an Angler Award for “First Fish”.