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2012

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2012 Avondale Community Fishing Event in Birmingham

Sport Fish Restoration

 
It was a beautiful day at Avondale Park.
 
Crayfish were also found in the lake.
   
The bike parade was an exciting event for many young people.

 
This young man chose a theme to celebrate the Fourth of July.

 
   
Pets were welcome at the event.
 
Dogs can make excellent fishing companions.
 
Channel catfish were a common sight.
 
This young lady was considerate enough to offer the duck some of her chips.
 
   
   
It is important to weigh your fish even if you do not want to touch them.
 
This catfish appears to be an albino.
 
A prize was awarded for catching the heaviest fish.


 

Mr. Doug Darr
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
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