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Seen on Scene: At Free Fishing Day

Twelve-year-old Thomas Friesz casts off at his first Free Fishing Day at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Boulder City on Saturday, June 8.

Among those participating in Free Fishing Day on Saturday, June 8, at Veterans’ Memorial Park were from left, Brace Whisenand, Alex Chavez, Monica Chavez and Ari Whisenand.

Izec Easter, a member of Boulder City Bass Club, helps attendees at Free Fishing Day prepare their free fishing poles. Bass Pro Shops donated rods and reels for the event.

Holly Brisendine of the Nevada Department of Wildlife helps 7-year-old Aiden Watts learn how to bowfish at Free Fishing Day on Saturday, June 8, at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Boulder City.

(Celia Shortt Goodyear/Boulder City Review)

Veterans’ Memorial Park in Boulder City was filled Saturday, June 8, for the annual Free Fishing Day.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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