|Fishing camp May 24|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
|Wednesday, 15 May 2013 10:58|
A mini fishing camp for kids ages 5 and up is set for Friday, May 24 from 4-8 p.m. at the Holyoke Lion’s Club Fishing Pond. Aimee Ryel from Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be teaching fish ID, fishing ethics, casting, equipment, proper ways to cook fish and much more.
After an equipment check, campers will be able to fish until 8 p.m. A light supper of hot dogs and chips will be provided for all attendees. Campers will also have the opportunity to learn how to clean and grill their catch.
Those under 10 years of age should have an adult as a helper. A parent permission form is also needed. It is also recommended that each camper brings insect repellent, weather-appropriate clothing, a hat and eye protection.
All campers are asked to bring a fishing pole with a float, weight and hook. Extra equipment may be reserved by calling ahead to the Extension office. Bait will be provided. A registration fee will cover camp expenses. Fishing licenses are required for campers ages 16 and older.
Pre-registration is requested by noon on the day of the camp. Call 970-854-3616 for an information packet, or stop by the Extension office to pick one up. The Extension office is located in the Phillips County Event Center at the Phillips County Fairgrounds, 22505 US Highway 385. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.
Holyoke Enterprise May 16, 2013