Two Lake Erie fishermen have been fined $10,000 for catching and keeping more walleye than the legal limit allows.

Johan and Isaac Enns both pleaded guilty to possession of 50 walleye — 38 fish over the legal limit of 6 each — according to a media release from Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

The two men were stopped by conservation officers at the Leamington Municipal Marina on July 29. They were each fined $5,000 and four fishing rods, two tackle boxes, two coolers and all 50 fish were forfeited to the Crown.