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19 Wisconsin High Schools Vie for 'King of the Bay'

Updated: 01/19/2014 9:54 PM
Created: 01/18/2014 5:58 PM WDIO.com

A fishing tournament in Ashland Saturday brought together schools from all over Wisconsin.

Kids from 19 different high schools came together to fish the second annual King of the Bay Fishing Contest. Logan Neveaux said it's competitive, and it gets harder the more people are participating. He said it's worth it, though.

"It means a lot to me just because this is what I like to do," he said. "I get to spend time with other people from the state that do the same thing I like to do."

Neveaux said half of his team was across the lake from him. That way no matter what spot turned out to be hot for fishing, they'd have it covered.

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