March 2005 4-H Sportfishing Training
4-H Sportfishing Training at Auburn University in March of 2005
"Fashion A Fish" activity helps students look at a fish to identify ways to successfully catch them.
Ideas are given to the artist in the group to put on paper.
Hands-on tackle crafted began with the tying of a fly.
Thread is used to tie feathers, fibers and fur onto a hook.
Claude Reeves, ACES, shows how to use a split ring pliers for tackle manufacture.
Painting jig heads involves heating the lead and dipping in powder paint.
Page 2 of the AU 4-H Sportfishing training class pictures.