Eleven year old D.J. Hoopes came in with this one pound Perch. They were out in 55 ft of water a little west of Walnut Creek. They did well on the Perch.
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Tom Dyer of Franklin, PA came in to weigh his Smallmouth Bass for citation or Angler Award. He caught it out in 62 ft of water straight North of Walnut Creek while Perching. They limited on Perch and came in with this nice 5 pound 5 ounce, 20 inch Small Mouth.
|Michael Madonia of Pittsburgh came in with this 5 pound 8 ounce Smallmouth that was 20 � inches long. He caught it out in 30 ft of water a little east of the creek. He caught it on a night crawler. His colors were green and silver.|
Seven year old David T. Han from Pittsburgh brought this 7 pound 11 ounce Walleye in for an Angler Award. It was caught on a night crawler and a spinner. It was caught out in 30 ft of water east of Walnut Creek. His colors were yellow and green.
It seems the Walleye are coming a little slower and the Perch seems to have picked up a bit. Still most of the Walleye are being caught in shallow. The smaller ones anyway. I also have had boaters go out to the first trench too in 60-70 ft of water. As for the Perch - 52 ft of water straight out of Walnut and a little east or west seems to be where most people are going.