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story.lead_photo.caption Lee Smith’s lifetime sports class at McDonald County High School learns proper fishing techniques during an outing on Indian Creek last week. The Missouri Department of Conservation provides a group permit and the equipment to make the class possible.

Lee Smith's lifetime sports class at McDonald County High School learns proper fishing techniques during an outing on Indian Creek last week. The Missouri Department of Conservation provides a group permit and the equipment to make the class possible.

Lee Smith's lifetime sports class at McDonald County High School learns proper fishing techniques during an outing on Indian Creek last week. The Missouri Department of Conservation provides a group permit and the equipment to make the class possible.

Lee Smith's lifetime sports class at McDonald County High School learns proper fishing techniques during an outing on Indian Creek last week. The Missouri Department of Conservation provides a group permit and the equipment to make the class possible.

Photo by Rick Peck

Colton Tweedy (left) and Nathaniel Johnny, students in Lee Smith's lifetime sports class at McDonald County High School, try their luck on Indian Creek last week. The fishing portion of the class is made possible by a group permit and poles from the Missouri Department of Conservation.

By Rick Peck

Special To McDonald County Press

Sports on 05/18/2017

Print Headline: Lifetime Sports Class Goes Fishing

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