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Participants fish from kayaks and motorboats in the Susquehanna River during the second annual Shickshinny Bass Tournament and Crary Parkfest on Sunday.  The tournament was hosted by the Suskie Bassmasters and the Pennsylvania Kayak Fishing Association and was based at the new Shickshinny boat launch.
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Participants fish from kayaks and motorboats in the Susquehanna River during the second annual Shickshinny Bass Tournament and Crary Parkfest on Sunday. The tournament was hosted by the Suskie Bassmasters and the Pennsylvania Kayak Fishing Association and was based at the new Shickshinny boat launch.

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