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First time fishing

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I took my daughter Olivia fishing for the first time today.

She fished pretty solid for about 30 minutes (not bad for 3 years old) and then was on to other things, eating lunch, playing with the anchor rope, dropping her rod in the water, etcetera. She caught 4 “fishies” and then let me fish for about an hour and finish out the limit of 20 so it was a good day.

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Awesome-- congrats on the new fishing buddie! Thanks for sharing the picts!!!!

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Looks like she had fun, thanks for sharing the pics!

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What a little cutie!! I love to see pics of little kids fishing, they have such pure innocence.

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Tell her way to go on the "fishies"!!! smilesmile :)Mine are grown now, but I have moved on to fishing with the Grandkids. It is more fun than fishing with my fishing buddies.

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Me too dude,

I have 8 and 7 year old grand daughters, 7 and 4 year old grand sons and a new grand daughter due in October. Nothing better than going out with the grandkids and pulling in a few perch or rock bass. My 7 year old grandson missed the Minnesota record for a rock bass by 5 oz, two years ago up at Cass Lake. We weighed it and took some awsome pics and then let the beast go to tug on another kids line! It don't get much better than that.

Windy

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Sounds like a great day!

Looks like you have her hooked!

Congrats!!!

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Good things to do with the kids!

Thanks for sharing!

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Priceless! I love fishing with my 3 yr old girl. She really loves playing with the minnows and leeches!

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Looks to have been a fun day. I love to take the grandkids out as they don't really care about the size of the fish, they just want action.

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