NORWAY — The annual Norway-Paris Fish and Game ice fishing derby will be held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 26 and 27, sunrise to sunset. The derby is open on all area lakes and ponds.

Fish must be weighed and registered at the Little Red Schoolhouse on Norway Lake. There will be $50 prizes for the largest bass, togue, pike, salmon, pickerel, brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout or splake.

The derby has junior (12 and under) categories with trophies and a prize for the largest fish. Juniors will receive a small prize for every fish brought in.

Tickets are $1 and also enter participants in a raffle for several prizes, including a fly rod, Oxford 250 tickets and a jet sled. Call committee chairman Jim Alberi at 743-8339 for more information.

Proceeds from the derby will help the club send local children to the University of Maine and 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Bryant Pond. Last year the club sponsored 10 area children.

The Little Red Schoolhouse will have hamburgers, hot dogs, homemade goodies, 50/50 tickets, cookbooks and gun raffle tickets.


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