KAYSVILLE -- Tristen Ferrin was on a roll.
Just two hours into the day, he had already caught eight fish -- that's eight more than his classmates who were standing right beside him, but just couldn't find the same luck.
"Everyone else has caught nothing," Ferrin said, a sly grin on his face as he left to try his luck in another spot. "This is 100 times better than sitting in class."
Ferrin and more than a dozen of his classmates from Jefferson Academy were on a fishing field trip to Kaysville Ponds, one of dozens of what are known as community fisheries along the Wasatch Front.
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