GREEN BAY - There's still ice out on many lakes, but people brought the fishing fun indoors Saturday.
It's all part of an indoor fishing tournament, held at the National Guard Armory in Green Bay.
The event is put on by the Great Lakes Area Sportsman Fishing Club.
Organizers said people of all ages and levels turned out to fish.
They added putting it all together takes time, but seeing the joy on people's faces is worth it.
"That's worth a million dollars, you couldn't put a price tag on that. I mean, I've had kids come up to me, hug me. I've had kids wave to me, a lot of them say, 'Oh I'll see you next year," and I tell them, 'Oh yeah, you'll see me next year,'" said organizer Bob Lenz.
The indoor fishing event has been around for 26 years.
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