Brother, sister, catch first fish in Kingman, Arizona

Fishing with kids is great value


Steve T. sent in the following story:

??????????Camden (5) and his sister Kinley (3) caught their very first fish ever.

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.

They came in from San Diego and were using worms.  They even touched the worms.  All fish were caught and released and ??????????so were the worms that were leftover.  It was a very exciting day for both of them.

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.  ; )

Click here to purchase a license and get your kid into a healthy lifetime habit.

Make some memories, unplug kids, and with any luck, we’ll see you out there.

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