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Catching Opening Day Fever

Four-year-old Chase Campbell pulled out a whopper at the 70th  annual Kiwanis fishing derby  Saturday at the Rainier School  man-made lake in Buckley. His  parents, Todd and JoAnne  Campbell of Buckley, said the youngster woke up at 5 a.m. to make sure he didn’t miss the derby’s 7 a.m. registration time. Campbell’s wasn’t the largest  catch, Scottie Garvin, 11, reeled  in a 6 1/4-pound, 23-inch rainbow trout, while 3-year-old Tyler Nylund of Enumclaw, with the help of his parents Jeremy and Lynette Nylund, caught the biggest at 6 1/2 pounds.  - Photo by John Leggett To view or buy photos  go to www.courierherald.com
Four-year-old Chase Campbell pulled out a whopper at the 70th annual Kiwanis fishing derby Saturday at the Rainier School man-made lake in Buckley. His parents, Todd and JoAnne Campbell of Buckley, said the youngster woke up at 5 a.m. to make sure he didn’t miss the derby’s 7 a.m. registration time. Campbell’s wasn’t the largest catch, Scottie Garvin, 11, reeled in a 6 1/4-pound, 23-inch rainbow trout, while 3-year-old Tyler Nylund of Enumclaw, with the help of his parents Jeremy and Lynette Nylund, caught the biggest at 6 1/2 pounds.
— image credit: Photo by John Leggett To view or buy photos go to www.courierherald.com

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