Friday, April 25, 2014


The Tuttle Creek Lake Association invites youth age 8-12 to participate
MANHATTAN – The Tuttle Creek Lake Association invites youth 8-12 to participate in its June 6-7, 2014 at Anneberg Park Lake. Open and free to youth who have not previously attended, the two-day clinic will begin with an educational session Friday evening covering topics such as casting, hook tying, and water safety. Activities will pick back upSaturday morning with fishing from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., followed by an award ceremony, and free lunch. Each youth will be provided with a free rod and reel to take home, as well as hooks, bobbers, split shot, and bait.
20th Annual Youth Fishing Clinic
Opportunities to catch a fish will be plentiful as the Tuttle Creek Lake Association, in cooperation with Manhattan Parks and Recreation, will stock Anneberg Park Lake with 700 channel catfish ranging from 12-18 inches long and weighing up to 3 pounds.
Trophies will be awarded to girls and boys who catch the smallest fish, the largest fish, and the largest three fish.
Youth must be accompanied by an adult and must register to attend. Registration will be open the day of the event, however early registration is encouraged.
For more information, contact Paul Miller at (785) 341-0085.

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