January 25, 2021
By Juliet Kaszas-Hoch
Ice fishing on the Mullica River in 2003. (File Photo by Ryan Morrill)
Ice fishing fundamentals are on offer you for girls future thirty day period via a New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife digital workshop, scheduled for 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Contributors will collect on GoToMeeting for a stay presentation by out of doors and ice fishing enthusiast David Alexander, a lifelong educator, naturalist and conservation biologist.
The party is part of the state’s Out of doors Ladies of New Jersey method, designed to deliver girls 18 several years of age and more mature with a welcoming natural environment in which to find out outdoor techniques. Attendees can be newcomers to the outside, devotees to the outdoors who want to understand new skills or those who would like to community with other outside enthusiasts.
“This digital workshop will deal with ice safety, being heat and dry, targeting certain fish species, depth maps, ice fishing equipment, knots, bait assortment and approach,” the division points out. “Prior to the workshop, members will get a packet with fingers-on resources.
“Currently there is no secure fishable ice. If safe ice will become accessible, we will offer workshop participants an in-particular person meet up with-up next COVID-19 recommendations to attempt your hand at ice fishing.”
The workshop rate is $10. There is no further rate for an in-man or woman meet-up.
To register, finish the registration form – offered at njfishandwildlife.com – and deliver with examine or cash get for $10 payable to the NJDFW to: Karen Byrne, N.J. Division of Fish & Wildlife, P.O. Box 418, Port Republic, N.J. 08241.
Registration is limited to 15 participants and signups are on a first-occur, initial-served basis.
Speak to Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-947-1201 with any queries. —J.K-.H.