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Annual Fishing Derby

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Event# 520-868-7589

Event Details

Kids 18 and under come out to Lake Florence at Heritage Park and reel in the big one. Catch a fish with a tag and bring it to the Parks and Recreation canopy to win a prize. The fisherman with the heaviest catch of the night wins the grand prize.

Food vendors will be present so be sure to bring extra money.

12:00pm.

Annual Fishing Derby

Address : Heritage Park, 600 N. Main St. Florence AZ
Phone : 520-868-7589   (Always call and confirm events.)

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