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Following is a release from the N.J. Division of Fish and Wildlife about a unique fishing opportunity for young anglers: Sedge Island Fishing Experience Deadline Extended The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has a few remaining openings for the Sedge Island Fishing Experience and has extended the application deadline to April 21. The program will be June 26-29 for students going into grades 8 and 9 this fall. The Sedge Island Fishing Experience will engage students in different fishing techniques from the back bay to the surf. Students will stay at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center, just off Island Beach State Park in Barnegat Bay. Living a conservation lifestyle, students will learn about the importance of New Jersey's estuaries as well as the role each student has in conserving our natural resources. No fishing experience is required; those who have grown up fishing are also welcome to attend and will benefit from and enjoy this unique experience. The cost is $475 and includes all meals, lodging, bait, tackle and equipment. Scholarships are available to help offset the cost of students needing financial help. More information, including the application form, can be found at http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/sedge_summer14.htm or by contacting Karen Byrne at karen.byrne@dep.state.nj.us or 609-748-4347.

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