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Wildlife Biologists with the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries assisted in the program and were good at it.

Women and men volunteered to help kids catch fish.

Anglers were introduced to their fishing coaches.

Exceptional Anglers were given a chance to learn about the fish they caught.

Jimmy Shivers, Oak Mountain Park Manager, takes time to help this angler catch a channel catfish.

Dave was trying to catch a turtle with  Doug Darr, but he was happy to catch this bass.

This Conservation Officer likes to fish with anglers who catch big catfish.

A key part of the program are the volunteers who keep the fishing tackle working.

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Special thanks to the many volunteers and to Jefferson County Board of Education, Styx Bait Company, Alabama Power Energizers, Alabama Power Service Organizations, Alabama Power Company, Alabama Gas Corporation, Lakeshore Foundation, Ebsco Industries, Alabama Bass Federation, Coca-Cola, Lee and Martha Humber and friends, Total Printing of Trussville, Southern Pride Catfish, Zeigler's, Pelham Police and Fire Department, Shades Mountain Sunrise Rotary Club, Golden Flake, Bud's Best Cookies, Food Giant-Pinson, Mayfield Ice Cream, Winn Dixie-Pinson and Clay, Piggly Wiggly-Clay, Party Time, Jim and Nick's BBQ, Publix-Chalkville, Advantage Waste, Alabama Art Supply, Wal-Mart, JefCoEd Department of Exceptional Education, JefCoEd Department of Transportation, JefCoEd Adapted Physical Education Department, and the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.


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