Student anglers reel in fish and knowledge

04/23/2012 | Times Daily (Florence, Ala.)

Student anglers in Alabama are reeling in more than fish as they travel the state to participate in bass fishing tournaments; they're also acquiring knowledge and skills in some core subject areas, including geography, economics, marketing and math. In addition, the students, who are members of their schools' bass fishing teams, work with the Alabama Bass Trail on several conservation projects around the state.

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