Twelve year old Shamus Sullivan of Ruther Glen, VA brought in a 1 pound Perch for Junior Award. It was 12 ½ inches long and had a girth of 8 ½ inches. They were out with Sea Wolf Charters in 40 ft of water West of Walnut Creek. They were using worms.
|Ten year old Cameron Ward of Townville, PA brought in a 1 pound 3 ½ ounce Perch for Junior Award. It was 13 ¼ inches long and had a girth of 10 inches. He caught it out in 60 ft of water West of Walnut Creek using Golden Shiners. |
Perching has slowed a bit so you might want to be prepared to spend more than an hour if you want to catch your limit. Evidently there are lots of bait fish out there so you have to entice them some way.
Eleven year old Tanner Sliker of Edinboro, Pa brought in his Walleye for Junior Award. It was 8 pounds 10 ½ ounces, 29 ½ inches long and a girth of 17 ¼ inches. He caught it out in 67 ft of water West of Walnut Creek. It was caught on a Bleeding Hot Olive Rapela Deep Tail Dancer.
|Thirteen year old Braxton Dameron of Home, PA brought in a big 9 pound 14 ½ ounce Walleye. It was 30 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 18 inches. He was out in 72 ft of water West of Walnut Creek and caught it on a Watermelon worm harness. |
The Walleye seem to be on their way back west. Not too many people coming in with their limits. Only a few here and there are being caught.
Water temperature is now 75 degrees.
THIS WEEKEND WEATHER:
Friday: Southwest winds / 10-20 knots / Waves 3-5 feet. High of 87 degrees.
Saturday: Northeast Winds / 5-15 knots becoming East / 1-3 ft waves. High of 82 degrees.
Sunday: East winds / 5-15 knots becoming Southeast / 1-3 ft waves. High of 81 degrees with a 40% chance of thunderstorms.