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Submitted Photo The Trenton High School conservation class went fishing at the Barton Campus on Sept. 26-28. Prior to fishing, the conservation class researched what lures were more effective than others at catching different species of fish. The class then made these lures, including fake frogs and jigs. The lures were made by heating a liquid plastic substance then adding dye, glitter and color depending on what the individual was assigned to catch. The class was trying to catch catfish, bluegill and bass. The class caught several bass, but could not catch any bluegill or catfish. Emily Lynch caught the most bass and was using a worm lure that she made specifically for catching bass. (Article written by Okla Fitzpatrick and Tanner Ceplecha)

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The Trenton High School conservation class went fishing at the Barton Campus on Sept. 26-28. Prior to fishing, the conservation class researched what lures were more effective than others at catching different species of fish. The class then made these lures, including fake frogs and jigs. The lures were made by heating a liquid plastic substance then adding dye, glitter and color depending on what the individual was

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