Fishing is offered as a daily instructional activity and as a free-time activity. Using single barbless hooks, campers learn such skills as how to bait and cast, reel in their catch, and help develop fish habitat. Our eleven-acre lake is stocked with largemouth bass and bream (bluegill).  In 2003 a ten-year-old boy landed a 10-pound, 2-ounce bass, a record that current campers strive to match!

While any fisherman knows that there are no guarantees in fishing, our staff work with each individual camper, whether a novice or advanced angler, to make sure that they have the skills they need in order to catch and land a fish. Furthermore, fishing can offer an additional reward beyond the satisfaction of catching a fish; an end-of-session fish fry gives campers the chance to help manage our bream population and taste the fruits of their labor.

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