The sixth annual fishing contest held by the East Penn Playground committee took place May 19.
A football-field length of Lizard Creek had been fenced and stocked with 120 fish from the Sand Spring Trout Hatchery, Jim Thorpe. They ranged from 14 to 20 inches in length.
All benefits from the contest go to benefiting the playground.
"It's all just for the kids so they have a nice place to come," said Mark Michlovsky, who has been a member of the Playground committee since the days of hayrides. "It's all about the kids getting them outdoors and around the water."