Exploring Lake Ecology Through Ice Fishing Workshop - March 5, 2022

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Exploring Lake Ecology Through Ice Fishing with Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Join us for the seventh and final workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning Series!

Beneath the snow and ice is a wondrous world of peril: oxygen starts to deplete, food is scarce, and water temperature is barely above 37°F. Join us in search of fish that remain active under these conditions. Try to entice fish to the end of your line using lures and jigging techniques that mimic their natural food. Learn about fish adaptations by observing fish colors, fins, and mouthparts. Whether you fish for food, as a social gathering, or to be out in the elements, ice fishing is a great activity to foster your love for nature.

All fishing instruction and equipment provided at no extra cost. Ages 16 and up must have a current fishing license. Adults must accompany children as a registered program participant. Wear insulated snow boots with non-cotton socks. Wear many, many layers of clothing including non-cotton insulating base layers, a wind-proof outer layer, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, and gloves. Bring an extra pair of gloves, snacks, a thermos with a hot beverage, hand and toe warmers, and a camp chair. Purchase fishing licenses through New Hampshire Fish & Game, which helps conservation efforts in our state.

When: Saturday, March 5, 2022  7:00-10:30 a.m.

Where: Location will be in the NH Lakes Region. Specific lake depends on conditions. Location directions will be given to registered participants prior to the program.

Who: Ages 9 and up and children must be accompanied by an adult

Cost: Adults: $10.00 for NHEE Members; $20 Non-members; Youth: $10.00. Ages 16 and up must have a current fishing license.

Don't let the registration fee stop you from attending, details can be found on the registration page.

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