Justus (left) and Jason Cameron caught the first fish on Family Fishing Day on Sunday at Williamson’s Lake. The annual Father’s Day event sees the Revelstoke Rod and Gun Club stock the lake with fish and allows for families to learn to fish in a comfortable environment. Dozens

Photo: Family fishing day

Photos from the Revelstoke Rod and Gun Club Father's Day fishing event.

Justus (left) and Jason Cameron caught the first fish on Family Fishing Day on Sunday at Williamson’s Lake. The annual Father’s Day event sees the Revelstoke Rod and Gun Club stock the lake with fish and allows for families to learn to fish in a comfortable environment. Dozens, if not hundreds of dads, moms, grandparents and children were out, lining the shore and the dock for the day.

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