It's no big secret or new information as far as spring crappie fishing is concerned. I just was thinking on the way home the other day that I really haven't observed many kids out fishing yet. Why is that? There are plenty of adults in a boat or on shore fishing, but where are the kids? Its actually a concerning issue to me. It's the shore fishing in the spring I remember most as a kid, and then second comes dangling a hand line over the edge of a small boat catchin sunfish. I know what my kids will remember if I have anything to do with it--fishing, fishing, fishing, and hopefully whatever they learn in school, LOL. Hmmm.
Cost to Take a kid fishing off shore--about $25, Cost of happy hour or dinner out-- much more and a meaningless experience in the end. Take a kid fishing. Capt. Josh www.minnesotaguideservice.com
In 1983, Ron and Al Lindner along with In-Fisherman Magazine and TV show owned and operated "Camp Fish"-- The finest and most comprehensive fishing camp in the United States. It was located on the shores of Long Lake in Walker, Minnesota. It's purpose--to teach the sport of fishing to all anglers. Today, a group of "Camp Fishers" are aiming to get 'er going again.