Eleven year old Autumn Anderson came in with a nice Angler Award sized Walleye. It was 6 pounds 11 ounces and was 27 ½ inches long with a girth of 14 ½ inches. She caught it in 70 ft of water on a spoon (NK 28) 55 ft down on the riggers. The color was orange.
|Nine year old Hunter Wolfe from Brookville brought in his Walleye for Angler Award. His was 7 pounds 10 ounces, 28 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 16 ¾ inches. He caught it in 56 ft of water off the Condos on a Renowski. Florescent blue was the color.|
|Eleven year old Daniel Schumaker from Pittsburgh brought in an 8 pound 10 ounce Walleye. It was 28 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 17 inches. He caught it in 70 ft of water West of Walnut Creek on a worm harness, Blueberry Muffin.|
|Twelve year old John Duncan III of New Castle came in with an Angler Award. The boat he was on came in with two. John is showing them both. One is 7 pound 13 ounces, 28 ¾ inches long and 16 inch girth. The other one is 10 pounds 1 ounce, 31 inches long and 19 inch girth. They both were caught in 72 ft of water West of Walnut Creek on worm harness. Copper confusion is the color.|
The Walleye seem to be around where boaters are fishing for Perch. And the Perch are very evasive. I had reports of the boats trolling right through the Perch pack. A lot of the big ones getting caught seem to be out in 70 to 74 ft of water West of here.
As for the Perch, the only report I have for them is that they bite early in the morning and then around 10 AM they seem to slack off. The boaters getting them were in 44-48 ft of water and in 50-55 ft straight out of Walnut. Also, 32-38 ft out from Trout Run.