Cumberland Times-News

May 25, 2013

West Virginia lunkers landed


Associated Press

CUMBERLAND — SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — These anglers, who live within the circulation area of the Cumberland Times-News, have been recognized by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources for catching trophy fish.

Bluegill — Kyleigh Shillingburg, New Creek, 10 inches, private pond, Mineral County.

Brook trout — Rex Wimer, Petersburg, 15.5 inches, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County.

Channel catfish — James E. Corwell Jr., Ridgeley, 13.8 pounds, South Branch Potomac, Hampshire County; Janet Eakin, Old Fields, 10.96, private pond, Mineral County.

Golden rainbow trout — Tony Kline, Maysville, 5.37 pounds, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County.

Largemouth bass — Shawn Champ, Maysville, 22.5 inches, private pond, Grant County.

Rainbow trout — Bobby G. Propst Jr., Upper Tract, 6.5 pounds, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County; Chuck Southerly, Moorefield, 7.5, South Fork of South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County; Scott Lockard, Ridgeley, 6.04, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County; Daniel Mayle, Petersburg, 5.67, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County; Charles J. Crawford, Mathias, 6.23, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County; Andrew J. Kimble, Franklin, 7.62, South Branch Potomac, Pendleton County.