er 2 walleyes at 161/2 inch and an even 16 inch were the second and third largest fish of the day. Thus, Ryan's name will be added to each of the 3 permanent trophies.
Five other species of fish were caught, with a trophy for 1st, $7 for second, and $5 for third place.
1st = Carson DeForest 7 3/4 inches
2nd = Carson DeForest 7 1/2 inches
3rd = Nick Arnott 7 1/8 inches
PERCH 1st = Curtis Delre 9 inches
2nd = Hunter Sibbald 5 9/16 inches
3rd = Nick Arnott 5 1/2 inches
Carson DeForest 5/12 inches
ROCK BASS 1st = Curtis Delre 9 6/16 inches
2nd = Carson DeForest 9 3/16 inches
3rd = Sophia Salamon 7 1/2
SMALLMOUTH BASS 1st = Teddy Wunder 14 3/16 inches
2nd = Aidan Sauve 12 12 inches
3rd = Ryan Hill 11 9/16
1st = Carter DeForest 15 1/16 inches
2nd = Ryan Hill 14 5/16 inches
3rd = Aidan Sauve 13 1/4 inches
Carter DeForest 13 1/4 inches
WALLEYE (PICKERAL) 1st = Ryan Hill 16 9/16 inches
2nd = Ryan Hill 16 1/2 inches
3rd = Ryan Hill 16 inches
There is a category for "other" or "special". This year Harrison Sibbald hauled in a 3 foot by 4 foot piece of plywood off Denne's Dock and took 1st place. Second place went to Hunter Sibbald for his pop can, also caught off Denne's Dock.
Thanks for KLRA and individual cottagers whose donations made this fun event possible.