The following is a list of end of year TiC activities:
April 17th – Shelly Hudspeth’s Norfork 4-6 grade science class will release their 20 Rainbow Trout into the Norfork River at the DRC confluence. About 75 students will enjoy a Hatchery tour.
April 24th – Andrea Benedict’s Flippin first grade classes will release their 50+ rainbows into DRC. They will enjoy a full compliment of Hatchery and DRC activities. The Hatchery can provide 3 personnel to help with fishing DRC. We need to come up with about 7 volunteers to help with the fishing.
May 3rd – Amy Branscum’s Norfork High School Science class will release 50 + Brown Trout into DRC. Her 15 students will enjoy Hatchery activities, except for DRC fishing.
May 8th – Melva Brannon’s Calico Rock 9th grade science class will release about 35 Rainbow Trout to DRC. They will enjoy a full compliment of Hatchery activities including DRC fishing. We need 5 volunteers to help with the DRC fishing.
Mrs. Strain’s Mt. Home 8th grade science class will release their 30 + Rainbow Trout into DRC followed by a full compliment of Hatchery activities. We will need about 6 volunteers for DRC fishing. Date Pending
Angela Criger’s Yellville H.S. Science class will not be doing a release and will not be hosting a TIC next year. Her TIC will be moved to Gaston’s Resort. Hatchery Outreach can help with the tank/ table transport. Move date not yet set.
Greta Arrington’s Yellville 7-9 science class will give their trout to Duane Hada for release into a cold-water tributary of Crooked Creek. Her TIC will be moved to another classroom for the next school year.
Please contact Tom Emerick or Sara Thorne (email links below) if you'd like to volunteer as a fishing mentor or semester help.