See who’s winning in the 2019 Walleye Fall Brawl

A 2019 contestant in the Walleye Fall Brawl. (Craig Lewis, Erie Outfitters)

You’ve got less than a week to catch a monster walleye and win a boat in the 2019 Walleye Fall Brawl.

The contest ends at 8 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 1.

Last year, the contest came down to the penultimate day, when Clarence Mitchell Jr. caught a 13.7-pound tank off the coast of Cleveland.

In 2017, Matthew Branigan took top honors with his nearly 15-pound fish, the biggest in the history of the tournament.

See the video of brawlers out in 2017 in the Cleveland harbor.

Here’s who’s winning in 2019, so far.

1.) Shaun Good
2.) David A. Troyer
3.) Craig Kitts
4.) Dante Hernandez
5.) Scott R. Rogers
6.) Tyler Ish
7.) Michael Ruffo Jr.
8.) Kyle Latevola
12.690
12.090
11.715
11.585
11.380
11.190
11.180
11.150
28.50″
30.75″
30.00″
30.50″
29.50″
31.25″
30.00″
29.50″

See more about what it’s like to fish in the Fall Brawl.

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