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Sign-up due for Spokane Kids Fishing Event

Carson Blakesley of Post Falls caught one of the few really big rainbows swimming with the more average-sized trout in the net pens set up at Clear Lake for the annual Kids Fish-In on May 1. Colby Price, in the background, caught a big one, too. Both boys are 5 years old. RICH LANDERS richl@spokesman.com
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Carson Blakesley of Post Falls caught one of the few really big rainbows swimming with the more average-sized trout in the net pens set up at Clear Lake for the annual Kids Fish-In on May 1. Colby Price, in the background, caught a big one, too. Both boys are 5 years old. RICH LANDERS richl@spokesman.com (Rich Landers)

FISHING -- Today is the deadline to register for the May 7 Spokane Kid’s Fishing Event for youths age 5-14.

The well-organized activity is staffed by dozens of volunteers from area fishing clubs, Fish and Wildlife Department employees and others.

The $10 per child fee includes a T-shirt, rod and reel, and help in catching and cleaning up to three trout.

Kids are assigned to 45-minute slots at the Fairchild AFB access site on Clear Lake.

Download registration forms or pick them up at the WDFW office at Spokane Valley's Mirabeau Point.




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Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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