Cumberland Times-News

July 13, 2013

‘Bigguns’ landed in W.Va.


Cumberland Times-News

— SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has honored the following anglers — who live within the circulation area of the Cumberland Times-News — for catching trophy fish.

Brook trout — Gary A. Thorne, Petersburg, 4.25 pounds, North Fork of South Branch Potomac; David Hottinger, Franklin, 2.69, Cranberry River.

Largemouth bass — Adam Evans, Maysville, 6.51 pounds, private pond, Grant County; Towson F. Sloan, Keyser, 21.4 inches, private pond, Mineral County; Adam Guinn, Ridgeley, 24.9 inches, Kimsey Run Lake; Mark Alan Delizio III, Augusta, 21.5 inches, private pond, Hampshire County; Michael E. Chaney, Green Spring, 21 inches, South Branch Potomac.

Rainbow trout — David Hottinger, Franklin, 8.19 pounds, South Branch Potomac; Wesley Simmons, Brandywine, 21 inches, South Branch Potomac; Donald Compton, Romney, 6.33 pounds, South Mill Creek Lake; Tom Goldizen, Riverton, 6 pounds, North Fork of South Branch Potomac; Caleb E. Burns, New Creek, 4.89 pounds, private pond, Grant County; John Paul Hott III, Petersburg, 7.4 pounds, North Fork of South Branch Potomac; Gary A. Thorne, Petersburg, 7.8 pounds, North Fork of South Branch Potomac; Jeremy Riggleman, Petersburg, 7.41 pounds, North Fork of South Branch Potomac; Timothy Arbaugh, Riverton, 6.25 pounds, Spruce Knob Lake; Albert Ferley, Rio, 5.58 pounds, private pond, Grant County; Delmer D. Pugh Sr., Fort Ashby, 7.11 pounds, Elk River.