Neosho fishing event brings veterans together


Veterans from around the Joplin area gathered in Neosho on Saturday morning to enjoy a solitary pursuit together.

Sitting shoulder-to-shoulder around a 1-acre pond, men and women cast hooks and bobs into a pond stocked with rainbow trout by the Neosho National Fish Hatchery.

Called Rainbows for Veterans, the event was put on by the hatchery to help veterans build relationships, not to mention enjoy themselves.

“A lot of these people have some heavy duty stuff on their minds,” said Roderick May, director of the hatchery. “On this day, we hope they have fun.”

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