Fishing with kids is great value
Steve T. sent in the following story:
They were visiting Grampa and Grama in Kingman and found the bluegill and catfish were biting really well in a remote Mohave County pond on Friday, May 9.
A child’s first fishing memory is one that usually never goes away. And about all it takes is some simple gear — a basic rod-and-reel outfit can be purchased for $20 at Wal-Mart, for example — and a Youth Combo Hunt and Fish License (children ages 10-17).
It costs $5.
And it’s good for 365 days.
Oh, and youth under the age of 10 and blind residents do not need to purchase a state fishing license to fish in Arizona.
How do you get a license? Glad you asked. ; )
Make some memories, unplug kids, and with any luck, we’ll see you out there.