Young Anglers Catch and Release 105 Fish in Fishing Derby

Young Anglers Catch and Release 105 Fish in Fishing Derby

Young Anglers Catch and Release 105 Fish in Fishing Derby

A young fisherman proudly shows off his catch at the recent Fishing Derby on Lake Lauderdale in Cambridge, N.Y.

A young fisherman proudly shows off his catch at the recent Fishing Derby on Lake Lauderdale in Cambridge, N.Y. 

The Lake Lauderdale Improvement Association announces another successful Fishing Tournament. Congratulations to the 49 young anglers and their families who spent the past Sunday morning fishing on the shoreline of Washington County Park on Lake Lauderdale in Cambridge, N.Y. for the Association’s 18th event. Over a hundred fish were caught and released.

The grand prize for the largest fish went to Nathan King, who caught a 21-inch pike. Justin King caught the most fish – nine. The youngest fisherman was two year old Neven Salls. There were three categories: among the one to six year olds, first prize went to Kennedy McLenithan, who caught a 14-inch bass; second prize to Elijah Barnes, who caught a 12-inch bass; and third prize to Peyton Young, who snagged a 10-inch large mouth bass. In the 7 to 9 year old group, Breona Donisthorpe’s 15-inch bass won her first prize: second prize went to James Toleman who caught a 14-inch bass; and third prize to Isaac Toleman, who got a 13-1⁄4-inch bull head. Among the 10 to 15 year olds, first prize was won by Jacob Toleman, who caught a 14-inch bass; second prize to Danielle Leahy and her 12-1⁄2-inch bass; and third prize to Josh Landry, who got a 11-inch bass.