Thirteen year old Matthew Deyarmin of Cherry Tree, PA brought in an 8 pound 2 ounce Steelhead for Junior Award. It was 28 inches long and had a girth of 16 ¼ inches. He caught it on 12 mile Creek using Skein.
|Ten year old Michael Thomas Secosky of Greensburg, PA caught his Junior Award fish in Manchester Hole. It was 8 pounds 15 ½ ounces, 29 ½ inches long and a girth of 16 ¼ inches. He caught it using Fathead Minnows.|
|Twenty three year old Casey Gallagher of Kittanning PA caught her Angler Award sized fish between Manchester Hole and the Stop Sign Hole. It was 10 pounds 4 ½ ounces, 27 ½ inches long and had a girth of 17 ¾ inches. She was using egg sacks.|
We opened the Marina today at 2 PM for fishing. Here is the North Wall lined up with fishermen waiting to cast their lines.
|Here is the North East corner and East side of the Marina with people waiting.|
|Mr. Buz Martin of Greene County was the person to catch the “First Fish”. It was caught and brought in 1min. 42 seconds after I blew the whistle. (LE helped too by sounding off their sirens.) The fish was 6 pounds- 6 ½ ounces, 25 inches long and had a girth of 15 ¼ inches. Mr. Martin said he was up in NY fishing and decided to stop here when he spotted a friend. He decided to stay and fish. He was using Yellow Power Bait when he caught it.|
There were another three fish on within a matter of two minutes after he caught his.
The water in the creek is low and clear as of this writing. We are not expecting any rain for quite a while. The lake has 1 ft waves on it and I have had a few boats going out yesterday and today. The fishing isn’t the greatest but for November you can’t beat the weather.