A special thanks to Jim Stewart of RBFF, lower right, who took almost all the pictures.
NRPA Members learned about starting a kayaking or canoeing program.
Many NRPA members want to have a fishing program.
Fly fishing, which was new to many of the NRPA participants, was taught by Mat Wilhelm, Federation of Fly Fishers.
Aquatic ecology is an important part of a fishing program. Doug Darr and Maurice Jackson discuss the differences between a largemouth bass and a spotted bass.
Fly tying, something that all participants achieved some success, was taught by Bryant Davis from Maine.
Everyone seemed to enjoy Lay Lake, even in January.
A great blue heron heads to the other side of the Lay Lake.
The Alabama 4-H Center was fabulous.
Bob caught the largest fish using sporting methods, an Alabama spotted bass.
The Pioneer Village Pond gave us a quality location to try practical fishing and fly fishing skills.