Reel excited

Cohen Bebout, 7, of Calvert City, catches a 4-inch bluegill during Paducah Parks & Recreation's Noble Park Fish Out Tournament on Saturday. The free, catch-and-release competition was for boys and girls 5 to 12. A ceremony followed the event and awards were given out for first-, second- and third-place winners for longest fish and most fish caught.

ELLEN O'NAN | The Sun

Cohen Bebout, 7, of Calvert City, catches a 4-inch bluegill during Paducah Parks & Recreation's Noble Park Fish Out Tournament on Saturday. The free, catch-and-release competition was for boys and girls ages 5 to 12. A ceremony followed the event and awards were given out for first-, second- and third-place winners for longest fish and most fish caught.

ELLEN O'NAN | The Sun

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