Richard Corradi of Midland PA brought in two fish for Angler Award. One was 9 pound 11 ½ ounces, 30 ¼ inches long and had a girth of 17 inches. The other one was 8 pounds, 28 inches long with a girth of 16 ½ inches. He caught them out in 73 ft of water on the “Hump” between the trenches. He was using Crawler Harness. Color was “Superman” Blue/Red.
|Next we have a family of fishermen and fisherwomen. Eleven year old Lexi Mummert of Charleston, SC. Brought in a 10 pound 11 ½ ounce Walleye for Angler Award. It was 29 ½ inches long with a girth of 17 ½ inches. She caught it out in 72 ft of water in the First Trench.|
|Here is her twin brother Cole Mummert with his 7 pound 5 ounce Walleye. It was 28 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 16 inches.|
|And last but not least is seven year old Lauren Mummert, their little sister. Lauren will be 8 years old in a few days. She got an Angler Award for “First Fish”. It was 5 pounds 10 ounces and was 25 ½ inches long with a girth of 14 ½ inches. All their fish (Lexi, Cole and Lauren) were caught in 72 ft of water in the First Trench on Chartreuse worm harnesses.|
|Twelve year old Dalton Rhodes of Friedens, PA brought in his 9 pound 1 ounce fish for Angler Award. It was 9 pounds 1 ounce, 30 inches long and had a girth of 15 ½ inches. He caught it out in 70 ft of water eight miles straight out of Walnut Creek. He caught it on a Chartreuse worm harness.|
|Eleven year old Jay Remmick of Sligo, PA brought in a 7 pound 4 ½ ounce fish that was 26 ¼ inches long and had a girth of 15 ¾ inches. He caught it out in between 75-77 ft of water a little East of Walnut Creek on a Copper worm harness.|
The Walleye seem to be coming along real well. The Perch on the other hand seem to be hard to catch. People are marking them but the fish just won’t bite.