Sponsored by the Town of Farragut, the event is free and open to youngsters aged 12 and younger.
On-site registration begins at 9 a.m. at the park, located at 11730 Turkey Creek Road and fishing will follow from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
The first 150 children who register will receive a free T-shirt.
Event will be held rain or shine according to organizers.
Prizes will be given in a variety of categories, and in years past, have included honoring youngsters who have caught the largest fish and those who have caught the highest number of fish.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be fully-stocking the lake, and the Town provides bait and a limited number of fishing poles, the latter of which will be distributed on a first-come, first served basis.
Organizers are still accepting community donations for the event, which includes youth and adult spincast (push button) rod-and-reel combos in good working condition, along with lines, hooks, bobbers and sinkers, the press release stated.
The event itself began in 1985 under the direction of the late Bob Watt, who served on the Town Board of Mayor and Aldermen and also was a long-time member of the Town’s Parks and Recreation Committee.
For more information, visit townoffarragut.org/communityevents, call Special Event and Program coordinator Brittany Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 865-218-3410.