Kids fishing tourney a success

February 3, 2013

hamlin fishing tournamentHAMLIN TWP. — Fifty-six kids attended the Michigan Ice Open Kids Fishing Tournament today. “The kids were given instructions on fishing techniques and ice safety by professional ice fishermen at the Hamlin Township Hall,” said volunteer Matt Bryant. The kids were then transported by bus to Wilson Hill Park boat launch and fished on Hamlin Lake.

“Once they arrived at Wilson Hill boat launch each kid received a backpack bag loaded with an ice fishing starter kit with a bait cup and headed out onto the ice to again meet up with the professional ice fishermen to try their hands at a little fishing,” Bryant said. “Fish were caught, experience was gained and frozen smiles were abundant.  A great time had by all.”

“We had great sponsors,” Bryant said. They included Johnson & Johnson Painting of Ludington, Schooley Fishing Poles, John Vengen, Ludington Paint & Glass, Seth Earl and the Cutting Edge. “A special thanks to Ged Strzynski and all of the volunteers who made this possible.”

Photo submitted by Matt Bryant

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