The Carp-O-Rama Handbook

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Sponsored by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, events will be held at venues across the state. Look for the Family Fishing Trailer where loaner rods and reels, bait and fishing instruction are available free to participants. This is the perfect opportunity for people of all ages who have never been fishing or haven't fished for years to learn. All participants ages 16 or older need a 2014 fishing license (OutdoorNebraska.org for permits). For the calendar of additional events and detailed information visit: FamilyFishing.OutdoorNebraska.gov Visit us at www.FamilyFishing.OutdoorNebraska.gov to find us on Facebook and stay updated on additional events throughout the summer! Fun Activities Special Events Family Fishing Events 2014 Demonstrations will be offered at each event to give instruction, with emphasis on "how to." Learn from the experts about the following: • Fish Cleaning — You catch them, we'll show you how to clean them. • Fishing Techniques — Look for events for advanced fishing techniques. • Family Activities — Something for everyone: games, displays...fun! These events offer a variety of fun outdoor activities. All are Family Friendly and FREE*. *Park Permit may be required. Carp-O-Ramas at Pawnee SRA and Maloney SRA will offer instruction on carp fishing and we will also be serving your catch with all the trimmings, along with many other fun activities. Kearney Family Outdoor Discovery Day (mid-May) and Ponca EXPO (mid- September) will help you discover fishing, bowfishing, and dozens of other hunting and outdoor activities. Family Fish and Camp Join us for fishing and stay the night to learn how to camp with your family. Visit www.NebraskaBOW.com for details. Registration required for camping participation. EK 2/10/2014

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