Wisconsin’s waters are buzzing with fish this time of the year and the DNR is offering classes in the Milwaukee and Madison areas to teach adults how to properly fish for their food and serve it.
During the classes adults will learn knot-tying, casting, fish identification, and preparing the catch for a meal. Winter classes are $15.00, registration deadline is December 27, 2016.
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website:
In the Milwaukee-area adults can sign-up for 4-session class. Indoor sessions will be held at the Urban Ecology Center-Washington Park, fishing at Pike Lake in Hartford with the Pike Lake Sportsmen’s Club and cooking at Hunger Task Force in Franklin with Chef Jim Udulutch – Milwaukee Area Technical College Culinary Instructor. The class starts on Wednesday, January 4, 2017; more details in the flyer. Register to hold your spot with this registration form [PDF] or through the Urban Ecology Center’s website [exit DNR] or by contacting Erick Andersonat the Urban Ecology Center, 414-344-5460.
For information on the Madison class and more, visit Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.