Fishing with kids can be a ton of fun… and an extreme test of patience. If your kids are ready to move from bobbers to more active presentations, to target bass or other species and really feel like they are “fishing” and not just “sitting” or “waiting” – this video should help.
My son set the goal of landing a nice largemouth bass all on his own. It took several trips, but he stuck with it and got to learn the value and reward that comes with working hard to complete a goal that you set for yourself. He didn’t want a handout – he wanted to catch his own fish.
In this video we’re going to discuss some of the lessons I have learned over the years – both things I have done right, and things I have done wrong. Hopefully this helps you have a great trip with your kids and avoid some of my mistakes!
Enjoy the outdoors with your kids.
Time to fish.
Let me know if you have any suggestions for improving, or a pond or creek to fish, or just want to say hey in the comments or on social media. I’m always trying to improve and appreciate your input. Thanks much!
Let’s get better.
Time of Year: Early May & Early June
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