Devils Lake Kids Fishing Camp is Aug. 6-11

NDG&F Press Release

Hosted by the Devils Lake Park Board at Lakewood Bible Camp, the Devils Lake Kids Fishing Camp is open to all youngsters ages 8-13 years old. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is a co-sponsor for the 14th annual Kids Fishing Camp at Devils Lake Aug. 6-11. Game and Fish volunteers from the Lure ‘em for Life fish club will provide classroom instruction and boats to help campers enjoy a week of learning about fishing and all the other activities that come with a summer camp.

Some of the educational sessions featured include boating safety, casting, fish identification, fish anatomy, fish habits, knot tying, tackle and equipment, lure making, cleaning and cooking fish, shore fishing and more. Participants will also spend about 3-4 hours a day on the lake fishing.

The camp fee is $300 per participant and registration is open until the maximum of 50 participants is reached. The fee includes all lodging, meals and expenses. Lakewood Bible Camp is located on the east shore of Creel Bay, 1 mile south and 2 miles west of Devils Lake.

Camper sites at Lakewood Bible Camp are also available for parents. Call 701-662-2296 for further information. Parents interested in chaperoning are asked to call Terry Wallace at 701-662-8243.

Registration forms and more information are available at the Devils Lake Park Board recreation office, 701-662-8243; email: dlparkboard@gondtc.com.

(Featured Photo: Young anglers participating in the Devils Lake Kids Fishing Camp will fish from shore and from boat, and learn a great deal about angling, fish biology and the life long pursuit of fishing on one of North Dakota’s premier waters. NDG&F Photo)

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