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Updated: 07/10/2014 02:02:07PM
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SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS

Ken Boudreau of Osprey, in the middle of the boat, sits back and waits for the start of the trout scramble. He teamed up with P.J. Nelson, standing in front, and Andy Boudreau from North Port for the fishing event.

SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS

Teams of two and four per boat came to Placida from all over for Saturday's Feed the Hungry Trout Scramble, sponsored by WaterLine Weekly Magazine, to benefit The Salvation Army.

SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS

Robert Randazzo of Englewood heads to shore to drop off his donation of canned goods, as organizers requested from all the boat entries, to benefit The Salvation Army.

SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS

At first glance, this "fabric fish," held by Norman Schutt, looks like a pretty good catch, until you realize he is one of the vendors at the Fishery in Placida, where the event took place.

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PLACIDA — Tom Minich loves coming to the Fishery Restaurant — and not only because he lives right down the street in South Gulf Cove. Saturday, he was drawn to this Old Florida-style eatery for the inaugural Feed the Hungry Trout Scramble, sponsored by the Sun Coast Media Group’s own WaterLine Weekly Magazine.

Dutifully, he brought plenty of nonperishables as donations for the Port Charlotte Salvation Army, to be delivered to local families in need. But he had other reasons to attend as well.

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