It was a great day for ice fishing when Winterfest 2022 came to Number One Pond February 19. The day started out at a chilly 10 degrees but warmed up to 30 later in the afternoon. A total of 134 kids participated and caught a huge number of fish.
The champion ice fisherman of the day was Kylar Fulton, who took home both the biggest yellow perch at 10 1/2 inches, and the biggest trout, at 15 inches.
Ryan Lovejoy’s 22 1/4 inch pickerel was the biggest one in that category, as well as the longest fish overall.
Not to be outdone by the boys, Bryn Graffam caught the biggest largemouth bass, at 20 1/2 inches.
- Bryn Graffam 20”
- Shyla Levesque 19.5″
- Kylar Fulton and Hudson Graffam 17.5″
- Ryan Lovejoy 22 ¼”
- Kyler Fulton 21″
- Ryan Lovejoy 17″
- Kyler Fulton 15”
- Eloise Lehoux 13 ½”
- Isaac Brook 13
- Kyler Fulton 10.5″
- Daniel Curry 10″
After a few hours of great ice fishing, the kids had fun skating and sliding around on the ice.
Carl J. Lamb School’s PTA held a successful fundraiser at the same time, selling lots of snacks and raffle tickets for some great prizes donated by Kittery Trading Post.