(Above) Dozens of kids from all around the Olympic Peninsula came out to the Lincoln Park ponds Saturday morning at the annual Kids’ Fishing Derby sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers. The Kiwanis, Les Schwab, Re/Max Realty and Swain’s General Store are all supported the event with the Kiwanis Club serving hot dogs. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula News)

(Above) Dozens of kids from all around the Olympic Peninsula came out to the Lincoln Park ponds Saturday morning at the annual Kids’ Fishing Derby sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers. The Kiwanis, Les Schwab, Re/Max Realty and Swain’s General Store are all supported the event with the Kiwanis Club serving hot dogs. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula News)

OUTDOORS: Olympic Fly Fishers Kids' Fishing Derby returns

  • By the Peninsula News
  • Saturday, April 6, 2024 3:49pm
  • SportsPreps

(Above) Dozens of kids from all around the Olympic Peninsula came out to the Lincoln Park ponds Saturday morning at the annual Kids’ Fishing Derby sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers. The Kiwanis, Les Schwab, Re/Max Realty and Swain’s General Store are all supported the event with the Kiwanis Club serving hot dogs. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula News)

(Below) Rosalee Stark, 3, and her brother, Hunter Olson, 7, both of Port Angeles, try their hands with rods and reels during Saturday’s Kids’ Fishing Derby at the Lincoln Park ponds. The event, sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers, drew hundreds of young anglers and their parents to the park for prizes and the joy of pulling in fish. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula News)

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rosalee Stark, 3, and her brother, Hunter Olson, 7, both of Port Angeles, try their hands with rods and reels during Saturday’s Kids’ Fishing Derby at the Lincoln Park ponds. The event, sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers, drew hundreds of young anglers and their parents to the park for prizes and the joy of pulling in fish.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rosalee Stark, 3, and her brother, Hunter Olson, 7, both of Port Angeles, try their hands with rods and reels during Saturday’s Kids’ Fishing Derby at the Lincoln Park ponds. The event, sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers, drew hundreds of young anglers and their parents to the park for prizes and the joy of pulling in fish.

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