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Henry Lysy Fishing Rode | PHOTOS

Kendall Castro, 6, of Lutherville, proudly shows off the three fish that she and her two brothers, Camden and Zach, caught during the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond on April 25, 2021.
(Amy Davis/staff)

Henry Lysy Fishing Rode | PHOTOS

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The annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo takes place at Westminster Community Pond.
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Kendall Castro, 6, of Lutherville, proudly shows off the three fish that she and her two brothers, Camden and Zach, caught during the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond on April 25, 2021.
Kendall Castro, 6, of Lutherville, proudly shows off the three fish that she and her two brothers, Camden and Zach, caught during the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond on April 25, 2021. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Ben Wadsley, of Sykesville, carries on a family tradition by wearing the fishing cap belonging to his grandfather, Henry Lysy Sr., while competing in the fishing rodeo named for his grandfather. Henry Lysy Sr., who died in 2017, was involved with the Westminster Optimist Club and a dedicated volunteer and supporter of the youth fishing rodeo now named after him.
Ben Wadsley, of Sykesville, carries on a family tradition by wearing the fishing cap belonging to his grandfather, Henry Lysy Sr., while competing in the fishing rodeo named for his grandfather. Henry Lysy Sr., who died in 2017, was involved with the Westminster Optimist Club and a dedicated volunteer and supporter of the youth fishing rodeo now named after him. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Adam Chilcoat of Westminster points out to his six-year old son Blake how to study the surface of the water as he guides his don in the art of fishing at the annual fishing rodeo.
Adam Chilcoat of Westminster points out to his six-year old son Blake how to study the surface of the water as he guides his don in the art of fishing at the annual fishing rodeo. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Carlos Castro of Lutherville helps his children, from left, Camden, 5, Kendall, 6, and Zach, 3, as they learn the rudiments of fishing during the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond.
Carlos Castro of Lutherville helps his children, from left, Camden, 5, Kendall, 6, and Zach, 3, as they learn the rudiments of fishing during the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Some tried their luck from the dock at the Westminster Community Pond, which was freshly stocked with trout for the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo.
Some tried their luck from the dock at the Westminster Community Pond, which was freshly stocked with trout for the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Robert Squires, 13, of Westminster, admires the second fish he caught at the annual Henry Fishing Rodeo.
Robert Squires, 13, of Westminster, admires the second fish he caught at the annual Henry Fishing Rodeo. (Amy Davis/staff)
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With a lollipop in her mouth, Krystal Wilson, 12, of Mount Airy, casts her line.
With a lollipop in her mouth, Krystal Wilson, 12, of Mount Airy, casts her line. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Grayson King, 8, of Thurmont, opts for an extra large worm for bait as he fishes with his Dad, Eric King, in the annual fishing rodeo.
Grayson King, 8, of Thurmont, opts for an extra large worm for bait as he fishes with his Dad, Eric King, in the annual fishing rodeo. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Jack Paulsen, 11, of Manchester, who came to the Henry Lysy fishing rodeo with his grandfather, stayed clear of other anglers by fishing from the bridge at the Westminster Community Pond.
Jack Paulsen, 11, of Manchester, who came to the Henry Lysy fishing rodeo with his grandfather, stayed clear of other anglers by fishing from the bridge at the Westminster Community Pond. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Overcast skies didn't deter the 126 15-and-under anglers who came with their families to participate in the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo. The Westminster Community Pond was freshly stocked with trout by the Department of Natural Resources for the event.
Overcast skies didn't deter the 126 15-and-under anglers who came with their families to participate in the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo. The Westminster Community Pond was freshly stocked with trout by the Department of Natural Resources for the event. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Bob Lord, a longtime volunteer at the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond, measures the length of a rainbow trout caught by Courtney Squires, 13, of Westminster. The top three contestants in each age group who catch the longest fish win trophies and prizes.
Bob Lord, a longtime volunteer at the annual Henry Lysy Fishing Rodeo at Westminster Community Pond, measures the length of a rainbow trout caught by Courtney Squires, 13, of Westminster. The top three contestants in each age group who catch the longest fish win trophies and prizes. (Amy Davis/staff)
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Trophies, plus prizes of fishing gear are awarded to the top three contestants in each age group who catch the longest fish.
Trophies, plus prizes of fishing gear are awarded to the top three contestants in each age group who catch the longest fish. (Amy Davis/staff)
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