...Fish Tales... By KEITH SANDERS PISHING wasn't much better this week than the one before fc local anglers. Monster catfish continued to steal the show 'with a few bass and crappies also making their way into the spotlight. spotlight. Down Clendening way, George Rooks of Brightwood brought in 10 catfish. The largest, a 43-pound shovelhead, went for a hickory caught a 2V 2 - pound bigmouth • Oliver Wolf of Gnadenhutte collected a nice string of 45 crap pies and 10 bluegills. Ten of th 8 to 14 - pound range. Another catfish veteran, Quillen of Akron, landed 8 shad. Another shovelhead, a 35- ciappies topped the 13 • inch pounder, was taken on shrimp, j mark. He had .4 channel cats in the ! Catfish created the biggest stir Piedmont also. Ronald Smith u easv Neal cats, the biggest a 39 • pound shovelhead. shovelhead. The rest of the string were all channel cats from 7 to 16 pounds. Quillen has landed 38 catfish catfish over the 10 - pound mark this vear. The big bass were still taking but some of the smaller Martins Ferry had 7 and 10- at ol pound cats. Dave Clark of Cambridge Cambridge landed 3 and Jim Holland of Martins Ferry had a pair. George Ingold of Steubenville boated a 13 • pounder. Larry Gerlach of Tiltonsville brought in a dandy 4Vt • pound iargemouth bass and several small ones. Several other 2 to 4- pound bass were reported. Nice and crappies were ones were suckered into^ action at Clendening. Mel Blackburn of bluegills Utica boated a 3Ms • pound large-. reported. mouth. Bob Weirich of North Can-j Some nice catches of bass were ton had a 3^4 - pounder while i reported at Tappan, where fish- David Crape of St. Clairsville reg-j ing has been slow most of the istered a 2^t • pounder os a fly-! year. Leesville reported only a rod. Bill Carpenter of Doylestown • lew bass.