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2011

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Myrtlewood Ambassadors Fish 2011

Sport Fish Restoration

 
Mrs. Morrison talks to students about wearing a hat or cap while fishing for safety from hooks and the sun.
 
Water or liquids are needed to stay hydrated while fishing on a hot day.
   

 
Students practice casting techniques.

 
Mrs. Morrison shows the students how to catch a "Backyard Bass."
 
This young lady is a fast learner and caught the first backyard bass.
 
   
   
   
 
Mr. Moss talks with the students about the different types of rod and reels available for fishing.
 
Mr. Moss demonstrates how to operate the spincast rod and reel.
 
Mr. Moss shows the students how to bait a hook with a nightcrawler.
 
A how-to-fish book is available at Outdoor Alabama. A first fish certificate and fishing tips are also available.
 
This young lady caught a nice size bluegill bream.
 
Here is another bluegill.
 
Bluegill
are in a pond to feed the bass, and largemouth bass are there to control the number of bluegill.
 

Mr. Brenda Morrison
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
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Let's Go Fishing!

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How?

 

Take someone fishing with you
and make a friend for life.

Anglers may purchase a lifetime fishing or hunting license.  Receive a discount if purchased by age 11.


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