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Published: Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 3:32 p.m.

Lake Tye Kids Derby

  • Lexus Lachapelle (right), Hayden Sutton (center) and Paul Lemay (left) were the top three winners at this past weekend's Lake Tye Kids Fishing Derby.

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    Lexus Lachapelle (right), Hayden Sutton (center) and Paul Lemay (left) were the top three winners at this past weekend's Lake Tye Kids Fishing Derby.

Sunday’s Lake Tye Kid’s Fishing Day in Monroe was once again a great success, said coordinator Gary Bee of the sponsoring Sky Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. First place went to a rainbow of 7 pounds, 10 ounces, caught by Lexus Lachapelle of Arlington; second to Hayden Sutton of Monroe, with a trout of 6 pounds, 15 ounces; and third to Paul Lemay of Monroe.

The adult derby, which followed the kids’ fish-in, was won by Joe Lundquist of Marysville, with a fish of 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Bee said the tagged $500 fish was not caught on derby day, but will still be worth $50 when, or if, caught. E-mail Bee at nshore@nwlink.com.



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