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October 2012

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Institute for the Deaf and Blind Participates in the Pond Owners Mentoring Program
October 2012

Sport Fish Restoration

 

Biologist Aide Brenda Morrison helps students learn about fishing safety.

Students participate in a casting course after Mrs. Morrison provides a few basic fishing tips.

Backyard Bass is an excellent game for new anglers.

Parents help with the fishing.
 

 
 
Most students catch a backyard bass after a few attempts.

Students learn best with help from parents.

 They provided a lot of help.

The day was great fun for all.

We caught one too!
 
Biologist Jerry Moss explains how to fish with a float and what students can expect to catch.


Fishing is a great way to relax.

 

Mr. Moss helps this student show off her fish.

Look at the largemouth bass we caught!

A bluegill was caught too. 
 
Fishing is a fun activity, and it provides a way for families to spend time together.

 

Students enjoyed "petting" this bluegill.

Intern Parten demonstrates how to use the zip-line.

Students were eager to give it a try for themselves.


Students from the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind had a memorable experience being outdoors and learning to fish.

Mrs. Brenda Morrison
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
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