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Iowa high school students partner with Iowa Great Lakes Fishing Club to create a “Fishing Utopia” through No Boundaries program

Students collect water samples at Stolley Gravel Pit, a 40-acre water body, which is part of Stolley Park located in Spencer, Iowa. (Contributed photo)

Through a program called No Boundaries, students at Graettinger-Terril-Ruthven Ayrshire (GTRA), Okoboji and Spencer High School in northwest Iowa are gaining real-world experience as they prepare for the next chapter of their lives. 
For one group of students, the program is giving them a chance to help renovate a local fishery.

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