Popular Hammond park restocked with tons of fish
HAMMOND- The City of Hammond recently announced that a popular area park has restocked their pond with 400 pounds of catfish.
The City of Hammond's Facebook page posted a video Wednesday morning thanking the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for the 400 pounds of catfish recently added to a park in Hammond.
The post also thanked Mayor Pete Panepinto for his involvement in the restock.
Check out the video to see the catfish being released.
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