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Hello Fishing MN Family, As a resident of White Bear Lake, and fishing guide on Kabetogama I'm attempting to reach out and ask for a little help to raise awareness and some donations or prizes for White Bear Lake high school fishing club. I understand it is in a "club phase" currently and hoping to get recognized as a team sport in the next few years. They are hosting a banquet to raise money and prizes on May 1st, and reached out to some fishing people...I'm turning around and asking if anyone has tackle still in the package, access to hats, bags, or boxes in like new condition that they would be willing do donate. We are looking for donations for these kids as prizes that they will earn through challenges and fishing activities this year. If you can help I can get you a tax ID number for your donation. Please let me know or I can give you information to contact the coach of this fishing club. I'm a huge fan of getting this next generation on the water! My email: [email protected] www.kabkid.com
curt quesnell posted a topic in Lake of the Woods Fishing Reports - Hunting - EventsShooting some video a week ago and suddenly 3 kids who were fishing nearby went on a walk about like kids do. They stopped by and started to visit and about half way through the conversation I realized the camera was rolling and I was real glad it was. Here is Fishers Talking Fishing In a Fish House, the fishing show about nothing..... Enjoy https://youtu.be/RDsNnavYZAE
Americanangler posted a blog entry in American Angler LeaguesFOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Kolt Ringer, President American Angler Leagues, INC. Direct: 612.819.8500 Email: [email protected] Website: www.fishAAL.com Lake Minnetonka Youth Fishing League Hosting Informational Meeting May 19 - 6:30 PM Lord Fletchers – Season Dates Set - July 7-August 15, 2015 Minnetonka, MN - For the third year in a row, youth anglers will have a chance to fish, compete, and participate in an organized fishing league on Lake Minnetonka. The league is open to kids between the ages of 5-12 years old and absolutely no fishing experience is required. Families may register kids to fish as part of a team with their own boat and friends. Those families that do not have access to a boat, will be placed on a fishing team and a boat will be provided along with an experienced volunteer fishing coach. “We are excited to be implementing a model that replicates other youth sports and gives kids the opportunity to fish as part of a team,” says Kolt Ringer who founded the American Angler League Organization. Fishing will take place on Tuesday nights from 4:00-7:30PM, starting on July 7th. At 7:30PM each night all boats will report back to a pre-determined location on the lake to share scores, stories of the big catches, and of the ones that got away. At the end of the fishing season, all the fishing scores will be tallied up and the “Lake Minnetonka Cup”, a traveling trophy, will be passed on to the winning team. Currently, the Insta-Gators from Mound are the defending champions. There will be an informational meeting on May 19th, 2015 6:30PM at Lord Fletchers and families can register for the league in person at the meeting or online at www.fishaal.com.