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Kid Fishing Day exposes youngsters to life-long sport

FISHING -- More than 800 youths are taking half-hour shifts today to catch fish and go home with a rainbow trout dinner -- as well as a new fishing rod and reel -- during Kid Fishing Day at Clear Lake. Families that want the exposure...

Kid Fishing Day 2016

More than 800 youths took half-hour shifts to catch trout and go home with a fish dinner and a new fishing rod and reel during Kid Fishing Day at Clear Lake on May 7, 2016. The annual event is supported by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Spokane Hatchery and dozens of volunteers, most of whom are anglers from local sporting groups. Many kids catch their first fish at this event.

Kid Fishing Day 2015

More than 700 kids took part in the annual Kids Fishing Day event on May 2, 2015, at Clear Lake sponsored by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and area sportsman's groups. About 11,000 rainbow trout were stocked into net pens. Any fish the kids didn't catch from shore or off the docks were released into the lake at the end of the day. The event was held at the Fairchild Air Force Base recreation site on the lake. For $10, each kid got to take home a rod and reel rigged for fishing plus a limit of trout and memories of a great time on the water with families -- and perhaps a new lifetime sport.

Saturday was perfect fishing day for 700 kids

FISHING -- The cheerful squeals of kids catching their first fish was all the reward dozens of sportsmen and sportswomen needed for their hours of work organizing the annual Kids Fishing Day, May 2, at Clear Lake. More than 700 kids took part in the...

Spokane teen shuns cancer to reel in bass fishing title

The bald head and red “sunburn” on his neck were the only indications that Chase Heaton had been facing a more formidable foe than the lurking largemouth bass. On April 12, he was casting his heart out for a chance to compete in the Junior World Championships of bass fishing.