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Free Fish Day returns to Silverton Reservoir

On Saturday, June 3, 2023 the Silverton Lions will host Silverton Free Fish Day,  co-sponsored are the Silverton Kiwanis, the City of Silverton and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. This will be the 27th yearly event. 

The day starts at 8 a.m. through 3 p.m. The reservoir is closed during the event. Transportation to and from the reservoir will be provided by shuttle buses that stop every half hour at the vacant lot between Roth’s and Ratchet Brewery, Robert Frost School parking lot, Silverton Country Museum, and the Church of the Nazarene. 

Everyone is welcome to participate. You can bring your own fishing poles, etc. or provided equipment, bait, and fishing expertise is available. The Silverton Kiwanis will serve hot dogs and beverages. Several volunteers from the fire district and Silverton Police Reserves will be on hand for any emergency services.

This free event offers children and their families an opportunity to come together to “do a little fishing.” 

Call Jan Holowati, 503-873-4809, for further information.

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