This past weekend Conserve School Teaching Fellow and fishing enthusiast, Paul Nicoletti, took a group of nine students ice fishing on Big Bateau Lake which is adjacent to the Conserve School campus. The students put on snowshoes and loaded their fishing gear into a sled for the trip to the lake. The day began with temperatures in the upper 30’s and high clouds. The students set up a small warming tent and used hand powered ice augers to open up their fishing holes. Over the next two hours they caught a few fish, some of which are pictured below. Then the wind picked up and it began to snow. The kept fishing for a bit longer and returned to campus. The students reported that they had a great time and are looking forward to another fishing adventure with Paul on a new lake next weekend.
Posted by: Stefan Anderson | March 3, 2016
Ice Fishing – CS12 Style