The Bartz brothers of New Brighton are back at it again this year. The boys - 22-year-old Austin, 21-year-old Trevor and 18-year-old Connor - have built huge snow sculptures each of the last five-years. This year, it’s a 22-foot tall fish.

Connor told the Pioneer Press that they got started in November and collected snow to use from their neighbors’ yards and a church parking lot. The project took about 350 hours to complete.

Want to see it in person? The giant snow fish is located at 2777 16th St. NW in New Brighton and is lit-up each night until 11 p.m.

A freewill donation is being collected. The brothers will use all money raised to help fund clean water operations in the African country of Malawi.

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