Fishing for charity |

Fishing for charity

Tribune staff report
On Oct. 5, Tahoe Sport Fishing held a charity-fishing event with 45 members of the community that ultimately fed attendees at the Bread & Broth anniversary celebration later that day.
Photos contributed by Tahoe Sport Fishing |

Tahoe Sport Fishing donated six boats and crews for four hours. The fishermen/women caught more than 100 fish that morning for a grand total of more than 150 fish that were donated to the local Bread & Broth organization. Prizes, courtesy of Ski Run Boat Company, were awarded to the fishermen/fisherwomen for the largest fish caught, smallest fish caught and the first person to catch their limit of five fish.

On Oct. 5, Tahoe Sport Fishing held a charity-fishing event with 45 members of the community.

After the fish-filled morning, the celebration continued at Celio Ranch for Bread & Broth’s 25th anniversary celebration with “A Country Fair.” Guests enjoyed fresh cooked fish from Lake Tahoe and barbecued chicken with other sides while listening to live music and playing games. The event raised both awareness and money to support the hungry in South Lake Tahoe.

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