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Above, Lindsay Holy Family science students are raising trout in the classroom. As part of the Nebraska Games & Parks program, they raise the trout and then the fish will be released into water at the end of the school year. Pictured, left to right, are Dylan Dohmen, Cole Preister and Zach Pfeifer.

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Right, the trout are in the “Alvin” stage, meaning they are very small.

Raising fish

Lindsay Holy Family students grow trout for Game & Parks

Some day area fishermen may reel in trout that started out as a class assignment.

Lindsay Holy Family seniors are growing trout in their classroom that will be released this spring or summer.

Students in Nicole Trautman’s science class are learning how to raise and care for the fish, and enjoying the experience.

Zach Pfeifer, Cole Preister and Dylan Dohmen are largely in charge of raising the trout, from eggs to when they reach about 4 inches in length and are old enough to be released.

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