Feeding the fish


Cindy Redinbo, of Sidney, reaches for the blue gill she just caught at Tawawa Park on Friday, Aug. 14. Redinbo was fishing upstream from Amos Lake where she had hoped the instillation of the historic bridge would have caused larger fish to migrate. Redinbo said she was only encountering bait stealers before catching the blue gill. Redinbo said fishing is “relaxing to me. I just enjoy getting out here.”

Cindy Redinbo, of Sidney, reaches for the blue gill she just caught at Tawawa Park on Friday, Aug. 14. Redinbo was fishing upstream from Amos Lake where she had hoped the instillation of the historic bridge would have caused larger fish to migrate. Redinbo said she was only encountering bait stealers before catching the blue gill. Redinbo said fishing is “relaxing to me. I just enjoy getting out here.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Feeding the fish

Cindy Redinbo, of Sidney, reaches for the blue gill she just caught at Tawawa Park on Friday, Aug. 14. Redinbo was fishing upstream from Amos Lake where she had hoped the instillation of the historic bridge would have caused larger fish to migrate. Redinbo said she was only encountering bait stealers before catching the blue gill. Redinbo said fishing is “relaxing to me. I just enjoy getting out here.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/08/web1_SDN081520Fish.jpgCindy Redinbo, of Sidney, reaches for the blue gill she just caught at Tawawa Park on Friday, Aug. 14. Redinbo was fishing upstream from Amos Lake where she had hoped the instillation of the historic bridge would have caused larger fish to migrate. Redinbo said she was only encountering bait stealers before catching the blue gill. Redinbo said fishing is “relaxing to me. I just enjoy getting out here.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News