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HOOKED ON FLY FISHING: THE LATEST BUZZ FROM HEMLOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL FLY FISHING CLUB!


As the school day ends at Hemlock Middle School, the excitement is palpable – students are eagerly gearing up for another exhilarating session with the Middle School Fly Fishing Club. With each meeting, this dynamic group of young anglers is redefining after-school activities and creating a buzz that's impossible to ignore.


The heart of the club lies in its dedication to teaching the art of fly fishing. Led by our enthusiastic club advisor, Kyle Wilkowski, sixth and seventh grade science teacher, students are mastering the intricacies of casting, knot tying, and selecting the perfect fly. The air is filled with a sense of camaraderie as members of the Mershon-Neuman Heritage Chapter are there to help whenever Mr. Wilkowski needs an extra hand, creating a supportive learning environment for everyone.


Beyond the fly rod and fly box, the club has become a tight-knit community where friendships are formed. Students from sixth, seventh, and eighth grades bond over their shared love for angling, creating lasting connections that extend beyond the classroom.


The Middle School Fly Fishing Club goes beyond the thrill of the catch – it instills important life skills. Students are learning about the delicate balance of aquatic ecosystems, the importance of conservation, and the role they can play in preserving the environment. As young stewards of nature, they understand the responsibility that comes with enjoying the great outdoors.




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