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Ice fishing a family event in Cary

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Thomas Gaudio, 15, of Lake in the Hills, left, lowers his line into a fresh hole near Kim Cederlund of Union and her sons, Tyler, 11, center, and 8-year-old Will during Saturday's Frost Fishing Fair in Cary. The event was organized by the McHenry Conservation District.

Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

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Robert Blass of Lake Zurich helps his granddaughter, Pam McLean, 14, of Wauconda, take a hook out of a fish she caught Saturday during the McHenry Conservation District's Frost Fishing Fair in Cary. They quickly released the fish back into Lake Atwood.

Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

There were five inches of ice over Lake Atwood on Saturday for the McHenry Conservation District's Frost Fishing Fair in Cary.

Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

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The Gerner family's first attempt at ice fishing yielded just a couple of little fish, but a whole lot of fun on Saturday in Cary.The Gerners of Johnsburg were among more than 150 people who participated in the McHenry County Conservation District's first Frosty Fishing Fair on Lake Atwood at The Hollows Conservation Area.
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    • Thomas Gaudio, 15, of Lake in the Hills, left, lowers his line into a fresh hole near Kim Cederlund of Union and her sons, Tyler, 11, center, and 8-year-old Will during Saturdayís Frost Fishing Fair in Cary. The event was organized by the McHenry Conservation District.
    •  Robert Blass of Lake Zurich helps his granddaughter, Pam McLean, 14, of Wauconda, take a hook out of a fish she caught Saturday during the McHenry Conservation Districtís Frost Fishing Fair in Cary. They quickly released the fish back into Lake Atwood.
    •  There were five inches of ice over Lake Atwood on Saturday for the McHenry Conservation Districtís Frost Fishing Fair in Cary.
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