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Schools of kids ice-fish at Jewel Lake

Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from Lake Otis Elementary listen to instructions. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, fishes for king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Lawerance Magtuloy, from Lake Otis Elementary, show off his king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins reaches for a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Camron Hennon, from Lake Otis Elementary, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, pulls in a king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kelly Ayala Cardenas, from Kassun Elementary School, looks at the fish she caught being held by fish and game biologist Jay Baumer. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Sammy Stewart and Addison Lenoir, from Kasuun Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake with the help of Lenoir's dad Jason Lenoir. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Dannika Schneider, from Kincaid Elementary School, ice fishes with the help of her father Dan Schneider at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, gets some help from her dad Bryan Kirkpatrick while ice fishing at Jewel Lake. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith and Gennifer Ferrari, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from Lake Otis Elementary listen to instructions. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, fishes for king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Lawerance Magtuloy, from Lake Otis Elementary, show off his king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins reaches for a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Camron Hennon, from Lake Otis Elementary, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, pulls in a king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kelly Ayala Cardenas, from Kassun Elementary School, looks at the fish she caught being held by fish and game biologist Jay Baumer. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Sammy Stewart and Addison Lenoir, from Kasuun Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake with the help of Lenoir's dad Jason Lenoir. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Dannika Schneider, from Kincaid Elementary School, ice fishes with the help of her father Dan Schneider at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, gets some help from her dad Bryan Kirkpatrick while ice fishing at Jewel Lake. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith and Gennifer Ferrari, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from Lake Otis Elementary listen to instructions. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, fishes for king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Lawerance Magtuloy, from Lake Otis Elementary, show off his king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins reaches for a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Camron Hennon, from Lake Otis Elementary, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, pulls in a king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kelly Ayala Cardenas, from Kassun Elementary School, looks at the fish she caught being held by fish and game biologist Jay Baumer. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Sammy Stewart and Addison Lenoir, from Kasuun Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake with the help of Lenoir's dad Jason Lenoir. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Dannika Schneider, from Kincaid Elementary School, ice fishes with the help of her father Dan Schneider at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, gets some help from her dad Bryan Kirkpatrick while ice fishing at Jewel Lake. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith and Gennifer Ferrari, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from Lake Otis Elementary listen to instructions. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, fishes for king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Lawerance Magtuloy, from Lake Otis Elementary, show off his king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins reaches for a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
James Higgins. from Lake Otis Elementary School, holds a king salmon caught by Alicis Wickberg at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Camron Hennon, from Lake Otis Elementary, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Zack Barnhart, from Lake Otis Elementary, pulls in a king salmon at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kelly Ayala Cardenas, from Kassun Elementary School, looks at the fish she caught being held by fish and game biologist Jay Baumer. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Sammy Stewart and Addison Lenoir, from Kasuun Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake with the help of Lenoir's dad Jason Lenoir. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Dannika Schneider, from Kincaid Elementary School, ice fishes with the help of her father Dan Schneider at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, waits for a bite at a fishing hole. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shea Kirkpatirck, a sixth grader from Bear Valley Elementary School, gets some help from her dad Bryan Kirkpatrick while ice fishing at Jewel Lake. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Amber Smith and Gennifer Ferrari, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fish at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Denzel Henderson, from Lake Otis Elementary School, ice fishes at Jewel Lake. Kids from the Anchorage School District take part in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Aquatic Education's annual ice fishing program at Jewel Lake on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The department stocked the lake with approximately 4,300 catchable king salmon before the event. 1,800 students from 34 schools are expected to attend the four day event with up to 150 kids on the ice at a time.
Bob Hallinen
Alaska Dispatch