STEEL HEAD: are slowly coming in. There are some trapped up in the holes in Walnut Creek by the bridge. Water temperature usually has to be around 64-66 degrees before they come in.. We had a couple warm days and it cleared up the water and cleared out the fish too. This weekend it is supposed to rain so I would suspect that will bring in the fish. As of this writing Friday, the 1st of October,the streams are clear and low. |
Kenn Aiman of Polk PA brought in this 12 lb. 9 oz. Steel head. He caught it in Walnut Creek.
Nine year old Mark Vojnovich of Midland Pa caught his first steelhead.
WALLEYE: are in 68'-77' of water. They are caught trolling with worm harnesses, plugs and spoon from Elk Creek east to Trout Run. They seemed to have moved out into the trenches. They have been tougher to catch lately too. You can also find them at 080o:29 w and 42o:08 n on the GPS or out in 70' for water. They are deep.
John Brogley and Len Fritzley were just a couple of people who came in with their limit on walleye. They were catching them out in 73'-77' of water just east of the Ohio line.
PERCH: are out in 65' to 68' ft of water. Boaters are picking them up straight out of Walnut and also west of Trout Run. You can also catch them fishing for walleye in 70-73' of water.
Ken Darr went out with Bill O. and they limited on perch. They were in 66' of water North of Trout Run.