2018-08-16 / Front Page

ONE FISH, TWO FISH


PHOTOS BY ANDREA VON HOHENLEITEN PHOTOS BY ANDREA VON HOHENLEITEN ABOVE: Dan Cook’s 6-year-old son, Martin, waits for a bite from a comfortable spot atop the North Pond bank during the fishing derby Saturday hosted by the Jamestown Striper Club.



RIGHT: Decked in rain boots like the Gorton fisherman, Clark Pennington, 3, races to the weigh station to measure the sunfish he caught. He used a bandana to protect his hands from the spiny scales. RIGHT: Decked in rain boots like the Gorton fisherman, Clark Pennington, 3, races to the weigh station to measure the sunfish he caught. He used a bandana to protect his hands from the spiny scales.

BELOW: Sydney Paiva puckers up to a sun fish before tossing the fish back into the reservoir. BELOW: Sydney Paiva puckers up to a sun fish before tossing the fish back into the reservoir.

ABOVE: Kyle Stephens, 12, reels in muck Saturday from the bottom of North Pond during the Jamestown Striper Club’s annual fishing derby. Photos by Andrea von Hohenleiten ABOVE: Kyle Stephens, 12, reels in muck Saturday from the bottom of North Pond during the Jamestown Striper Club’s annual fishing derby. Photos by Andrea von Hohenleiten

RIGHT: Mae Robinson, 5, patiently waits for a bite from the banks of the reservoir. She caught the second biggest fish among anglers younger than 7 years old, reeling in a bass that weighed 3 pounds, 2 ounces. Nathan Erickson’s fish outweighed Mae’s catch by 11 ounces. RIGHT: Mae Robinson, 5, patiently waits for a bite from the banks of the reservoir. She caught the second biggest fish among anglers younger than 7 years old, reeling in a bass that weighed 3 pounds, 2 ounces. Nathan Erickson’s fish outweighed Mae’s catch by 11 ounces.

ABOVE: Trevor King fights the biggest fish of the day, a bass that tipped the scale at 5 pounds, 1 ounce. His father, Dave, stands by with the net. Following Trevor in the 12-15 age division were Kyra Edwards and Ian Paiva. ABOVE: Trevor King fights the biggest fish of the day, a bass that tipped the scale at 5 pounds, 1 ounce. His father, Dave, stands by with the net. Following Trevor in the 12-15 age division were Kyra Edwards and Ian Paiva.

ABOVE LEFT: While her friends were casting lines, Ellie Mullen, 6, was busy chasing bubbles. ABOVE LEFT: While her friends were casting lines, Ellie Mullen, 6, was busy chasing bubbles.

LEFT: Blake Edwards, 8, races to the tent to weigh his bass, which fell just short of Aaron Hatch’s bass that weighed 2 pounds, 14 ounces, tops in the 7-11 age division. LEFT: Blake Edwards, 8, races to the tent to weigh his bass, which fell just short of Aaron Hatch’s bass that weighed 2 pounds, 14 ounces, tops in the 7-11 age division.

BELOW: The derby, which is organized by the Jamestown Striper Club, was co-hosted by Toppa’s Foodservice, Kettlebottom Outfitters, Yoffa Woodworking, McQuade’s Marketplace and Quaker Lane Outfitters. Art’s Auto Body, a supporter of the fishing derby for roughly four decades, was given special recognition and presented with a plaque. BELOW: The derby, which is organized by the Jamestown Striper Club, was co-hosted by Toppa’s Foodservice, Kettlebottom Outfitters, Yoffa Woodworking, McQuade’s Marketplace and Quaker Lane Outfitters. Art’s Auto Body, a supporter of the fishing derby for roughly four decades, was given special recognition and presented with a plaque.

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