Nine year old Diaunte Roster (Sea Wolfs grandson) came in with a 7 pound 10 ½ ounce Walleye for Angler Award. It was 28 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 16 ¾ inches. He caught it out in 76 ft of water straight out of Walnut Creek. It was caught on a worm harness and the color was Orange.
|Nine year old Kora Ann Anderson of Coat, N.C. brought in a 7 pound 11 ½ ounce Walleye for Angler Award. It was 27 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 16 ¾ inches. She caught it out in 74 ft of water East of Walnut Creek on a Renowski Plug. The color was multi-colored.|
|Eleven year old Kody Anderson, Kora Ann’s brother, brought in a 6 pound 6 ounce fish for his Angler Award. It was 25 ¾ inches long and had a girth of 15 ¼ inches. He caught his in 74 ft of water East of Walnut Creek on a worm harness. His color was Purple/Green.|
|Eleven year old Carter Ryback of Erie, PA brought in his 7 pound 7 ounce Walleye for Angler Award. It was 30 inches long and had a girth of 16 ¼ inches. He caught it out in 52 ft of water off Elk Creek while Perch fishing. It was caught on a minnow.|
Walleye seem to be the only fish that are plentiful right now. Most of the boaters are going out into the First Trench or the “Hump” which is right beyond the First Trench. Mostly in the 65 – 75 ft of water range.
There are some of the guys going out and getting limits on Perch but no one is bringing any in for Angler Award. From what I hear they are marking them but not too many are biting. The water depth for them are anywhere from 48 ft to 55 ft.
Cleveland is calling for 2-4 ft waves for the rest to this weekend but they change the report (4) times a day. So you may not get the right wave height until you come and see or call here during our hours and we can let you know what the boaters are saying it is out in deep water.