MDNR Ice Fishing Class February 25

Hard Water School ice-fishing event February 25

Date: February 25, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM – TBD
Location: Carl T. Johnson Hunt and Fish Center, 6087 E M-115, Cadillac, MI 49601
Contact: Ed Shaw 231-779-1321

The class will focus on techniques for walleye, taught by pro fisherman Steve Berry from Clam Outdoors and Vexilar, along with Matt Peterson from Fish Bones Custom Lures; techniques for panfish, taught by pro fisherman Norm Smith, the DNR’s Dennis Hewitt and Dave Young from HT Enterprise; and setting polar tip-ups to target monster northern pike, taught by the DNR’s Ed Shaw.

In addition, the DNR Outdoor Skills Academy pro-staff will be on hand to teach a variety of tactics on the ice. The class will cover setting up equipment, how and where to fish, ice safety, fishing with electronics and rules and regulations.

Cost for the class is $30 and includes lunch.

Please note: Cancellations must be made no later than two weeks before class. No refunds will be given without two weeks’ advance notice before the class. This is to allow us time to back-fill seats. If you are unable to make the class and are unable to give two weeks’ notice, the registration cost is considered a donation to the Hunting and Fishing Center. Funds are used to support future programming and education at the center.

For more information, contact the CTJ Center at 231-779-1321

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The Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center is located in Mitchell State Park. A Recreation Passport is required for entry into Mitchell State Park. For more hunting and fishing classes available that the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center, check out:

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