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Catch and eat
day a good one
By MAT KERMEEN
LAKE CATCH: Harrison
Stevens, 13, casts his line
into the lake.
PROUD AS: Tiayana Taylor,
14, is proud of her salmon.
LETS COOK: Laughie Fraser--
Henderson, 14, gets a close look at
REEL IN: Caleb Stenton-Whiteside,
10, winds in his line with the help of
Fish and Game volunteer Debbie
NICE CATCH: Alvin Ruck, 11,
admires his salmon caught from
TWELVE ALLENVALE School
students were chasing bites at
the Groynes on Tuesday.
The children, who all have
disabilities, looked to hook the
incentive to give every child a
chance to fish.
North Canterbury Fish &
Game field officer Steve Terry
said it was a unique opportunity
for some of the children to
Some of them, it s their first
time fishing, so it s great to be
able to provide them with that
Mr Terry said the chance to
put smiles on faces was a posi-
tive experience for all involved.
Three hundred 2-year-old sal-
mon were released into the fish-
ing lakes at The Groynes before
Allenvale School s visit, includ-
ing 100 the night before.
The 700-gram salmon were
donated by Salmon Smolt NZ
Company manager Karl
French said it was rewarding to
see the children smiling.
It s great to see kids catching
their first fish.
Mr French said Fish & Game
did a fantastic job opening up
the opportunity to schools.
The Complete Angler, Ballin-
ger s Hunting and Fishing, The
Angler s Loft and Hamills each
sponsored three sets of fishing
rods, so the children or schools
did not have to supply anything.
North Canterbury Fish &
Game staff and volunteers gave
the students one-on-one tuition
with their fishing -- then showed
them how to clean and cook
Apart from catching the sal-
mon, the most popular part for
the children was sizzling their
efforts on the barbecue.
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