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Sun shining and the trout biting

Indian Kill derby gives kids chance to land a winner

Ryley Holt of Schenectady, 3, smiles as he looks at a fish he caught during the 19th Annual Indian Kill Fishing Day & Open House at the Indian Kill Nature Preserve in Glenville Saturday.
Photographer: Barry Sloan
Ryley Holt of Schenectady, 3, smiles as he looks at a fish he caught during the 19th Annual Indian Kill Fishing Day & Open House at the Indian Kill Nature Preserve in Glenville Saturday.
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With the sun shining down, the sound of the Indian Kill waterfall in his ears and his Panther Martin lure glittering under the surface of the water, Scotia resident Nate Correll ended eight years of frustration by catching an 111⁄8 inch trout Saturday. Correll, 14, has been coming to the annual Indian Kill Fishing Day & Open House since he was 6. His first trip to the event he caught five fish, but none of ...


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