Family Fishing Rodeo 2013 Is June 8

Monday, May 13, 2013

The Vietnam Veterans Chapter 942 of Soddy Daisy will be hosting its annual Family Fishing Rodeo at Soddy Lake on Saturday, June 8. 

There will be hourly prizes for biggest fish starting at 8 am until 3 pm. June 8th is Tennessee free fishing day (no license required) but to enter the rodeo the cost is $5 for a family, $3 for individuals over 12 years, and $1 for individuals 12 and under.

Rodeo headquarters will be the Regions Bank parking lot near Soddy Lake. You must register before you bring a fish to the scales. You can register the day of the rodeo at the headquarters or preregister at Soddy Custom Tackle in Soddy Daisy on May 18, 25, or June 1, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

TWRA regulations apply for legal fish length, boat or shore fishing allowed, artificial and natural baits may be used.

Free hot dogs and drinks for kid, 12 and under, will be offered with a registration ticket.


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