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June 21, 2014 9:15 PM

In the family of former KU star Wayne Simien, fishing is (what else?) a team sport

The fishing team totaled nine, and ranged in age from a boy of 4 to a reporter is his mid-50s. No matter, there’s something for seemingly everyone when fishing’s main tactic is simply tying lines to limbs, and potentially taking big fish off the hooks the next morning. Former KU basketball star Wayne Simien Jr. was our ringleader, along with his fishaholic father, Wayne Sr., on Clinton Lake outside Lawrence.

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