What do you get when you bring Rotarian's to an Ice Fishing Derby? In thier down time they have a little fun! Mark Wasowski and Mark Morrison of the Sebago Lake Rotary Club play fish sword fight with the frozen togue. Is that what they really meant as Rotarian's in Action??? Even our Assistant Gov., Holly Sargent, got to work clipping the tail of the fish once they were measured and processed. This year was the clubs 20th year of hosting the ice fishing derby and with many obstacles, a pandemic, questionable ice, quantine, illness, and the death of one of our treasured members, it was possible that this year the derby might not happen! But everyone rallied, the ice froze, everyone followed CDC guidelines and the fish were bitting! Over 1,000 folks registered and brought in over 2500 fish which will produce aprox. 6,000 bulk lbs which will be processed, frozen and shared with food pantries. Now that's Rotarian's in ACTION!
Added 3/5/21 
The Sebago Lake Rotary club 6320 sponsored its 20th Annual Ice Fishing Derby on Feb 20-21 with outstanding results. 
Over 1,000 registrants had a great time and brought in over 2500 fish which were processed by Nova Seafood in Portland, flash frozen and delivered to food pantries in the area which will provide approx. 3,000 meals.
The event drew more family registrants this year who took advantage of the warmer weather and the opportunity to be outdoors and get some fresh air. The club also included an ice shack contest this year which showcased some creative and unique ideas from ice fishermen. 
 The derby was first created to help the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife with thier fish management to removing the invasive species of togue (Lake Trout) and Pike from Sebago Lake. It now includes all of Cumberland County and more species of fish for prizes such as Perch and Pickerel as well as the Togue and Pike. 
This year's new Gold Sponsor was General Dynamics/Bath Iron Works which provided the cash fish pool prizes. 
There was a 50/50 component this year also which raised over $4000 and will benefit organizations that support wildlife conservation efforts. The Salvation Army was also the intended beneficiary of this year's derby.
This year's winners are: 

50/50 - Josh Sparks.  


5HP Mercury Outboard - Dan Stanton 



 1st -Greg MacIntosh. 10.78 lb/32”  (photo included) 

2nd. David Ferris 8.36 lb/29.5” 

3rd. Rick Laney 8.35lb/29 1/4” 



 1st Jacob Burrows. 1.90 lb/14. 1/4” 

2nd Randall Breton 1.60lb/14.25” 

3rd Christopher Cook 1.56lb /14 



1st Fran Orcutt 4.98lbs 251/2” 

2nd Wayne Roma 4.71 lb 257/8” 

3rd Glen Sparks 4.1lb 251/2” 



1st Ben Carlin 9.44lb /34 3/4” 

2nd Ben Carlin 9.24lb/33” 

3rd Billy Groton 8.44lb/32”