Youth Fishing Rodeo

1103 Hwy 248

Ninety Six, SC 29666

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Phone: (864) 543-4068

City: Ninety Six

Region: Midlands

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Youth Fishing Rodeo

Jointly hosted with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources the Fishing Rodeo is located at the Star Fort Pond! This event is for youth ages 5-15 years old, and all youth must be accompanied by an adult. No adult fishing will be allowed. Bring your own fishing equipment and tackle.

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