City of Lewisville issued the following announcement on June 25
There’s no better place than Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area to hike, fish, ponder the starry sky, enjoy a bird walk, visit a historic home site, or just find a quiet place to relax. LLELA is open daily for fishing, hiking, camping, birdwatching, kayaking/canoeing, picnicking and other outdoor activities. Visit playlewisville.com and follow the “Register” link to reserve a spot in any class or program, or by calling the Parks and Recreation Admin office at 972.219.3550.
My First Fish
Cane Pole Fishing 101
Saturday, July 3, 9 a.m.
Certified Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Angler Education instructors will teach attendees how to properly prepare a cane fishing pole. Attendees will practice pan fishing on land before putting their skills to the test in the river. Registration is $10 per person and includes an outfitted 10-foot cane pole for attendees to take home.
Adults 17 and older must have a valid Texas freshwater fishing license. Visit tpwd.texas.gov for details.
Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area is more than 2,600 acres of prairies, forests, and wetlands managed as a wildlife preserve by a group of agencies including the City of Lewisville, the University of North Texas, Lewisville ISD, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Its mission is to preserve and restore native Texas ecosystems and biodiversity while providing opportunities for environmental education, research, and recreation. LLELA’s entrance is at 201 E. Jones St, Lewisville, TX. Learn more at LLELA.org, and follow LLELA on Facebook at facebook.com/LLELALewisvilleLake.
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