Twelve year old Matthew Meeker of Long Beach, MS. caught his first fish. He caught this steelhead on a spoon, northeast of Walnut Creek in 50 ft of water on a Pink, silver, and blue spoon. It was 6 pounds and 6 ounces and was 27 ½ inches long.
|Here is six year old Cameron Hutchinson of Lawrence Park, PA (who also happens to be my grandson) with a small steelhead. It was caught in Walnut Creek on worm. It was 9 ½ inches long. He put it back but he was real proud of it. It was his first steelhead.|
Nine year old Michael Goss of Aliquippa, PA brought this 7 pound 7 ounce Walleye in for Junior Angler Award. It was 30 inches long and had a girth of 15 ½ inches. He caught it in 52 ft of water west of Walnut between here and Elk Creek. It was caught on a worm harness with the color being watermelon.
|Ten year old Shane Yarder came in with this Walleye for weighing. It was 9 pounds and was 30 ½ inches long. The girth was 16 ¼ inches. It was caught on a worm harness in 53 ft of water west of Walnut. Their color was Chartreuse.|
|Jonathan Hershey, ten years old from Saltillo, PA brought in this Walleye for Angler Award. It was 8 pound 5 ½ ounce, 28 ¾ inches long and with a girth of 15 ½ inches. They caught it in 21 ft of water west of Walnut Creek on a worm. Green was his color.|
|Here is a family photo. Nine year old Tom, ten year old Nick and seven year old Luke Soboleski came in these Walleye for Angler Award. Tom’s fish was 7 lb 12 ¾ oz., 28 ½ inches long and the girth was 16 inches. Nick’s fish was 7 lb 3 oz., 27 ¾ inches long and a girth of 15 inches. Luke’s fish was 7 lb 10 oz, 27 ¾ inches long and 16 inch girth. They caught them northwest of Walnut in 59 ft. of water using spoons and dipsys. Their color was purple/black and red/white.|