News for anglersWritten by Admin
Learn to fish with N.C. Catch in Waynesville
A hands-on education program about aquatic ecology and conservation is being facilitated by the Waynesville Parks and Recreation Department this year.
From January 16 to May 15, the North Carolina Catch Program will come to Waynesville for a series of Friday classes, geared for adults and homeschooled students ages 8-15. Classes will be taught both at Waynesville Recreation Center and in Richland Creek. An organizational meeting Jan. 9 will reel in volunteers to help lead the programs and prepare them to do so.
The program includes three phases, with the first devoted to learning about aquatic resources, the second teaching fishing skills and the third involving fishing clinics and aquatic field trips. All workshops will take place Fridays 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.