Fish Tales

by Sue Heller

The fish have been biting at Lake Heritage. Here are a few of this summer’s prize catches.

Sarah Harrington, a teacher at nearby Mother Seton School,
caught this largemouth bass while fishing with co-workers and residents.

   

Left: Kim and Jodi Crooks’ granddaughter, Caroline McGinnis
caught a 26 inch, three-pound, largemouth bass at Pleasanton Cove.
Right: The Crooks’ grandson, Noah Crooks, caught a 32 inch,
three and a half pound, catfish in the same cove. Noah landed his fish
with a small youth rod.

Kody Rogall caught a 28-30 inch, five-pound, catfish at the point.

 

Left: Tim Ercole is helping grandson, Beckett, with his fish.
Right: Tim and his friend, Terry, with the catfish they caught off the Ercole’s dock.

Jeff Wolfe holding his catch.

    

Liam Sicakes showing off his 24 inch, five-pound, walleye. Captain of the
boat was his uncle Dustin Rhodes.

Ernie and Shirley Clevenger’s grandson, Casey, proudly
shows off his catfish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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