Drinks & Snacks — Pack a cooler with bottles of water, juice, sliced fruit, cheese sticks and other easy-to-eat foods to keep blood sugar levels steady and head off hunger-fueled tantrums.
Timing — Be prepared to stay only as long as your youngest child is interested. Kids’ ability levels and attention spans vary quite a lot by age; consider taking each child individually for his or her ﬁrst few lessons.
Education — It pays to check out books or online resources for young anglers. (Takemeﬁshing.org is a good place to start.) Spend some time sharing these with your children, teach them to recognize ﬁsh in your area, and explain the concept of “catch and release.” With a little TLC, your child may soon be as hooked as you are!
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