Fish surveys provide educational opportunity for all

All it took was one brave volunteer, and then all the kids wanted to kiss a walleye.

Chequamegon Middle School students in John Oswald’s science class had a unique opportunity recently to see some big fish pulled up from the depths of one area lake, as WDNR fisheries biologists conducted their annual spring fish surveys.

The students gathered on the shore in the sun while the biologists’ boat pulled up with a tank full of white suckers, walleye, trout, and bluegills.

Read more: Price County Review

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