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Fishing is fun. It's simple and easy to learn. You don't need to know everything before you go fishing the first time. You can discover new things each trip.

Adventure Fishing

A brand new 3D freshwater fishing game for the PC.


Backyard Bass

Make learning to cast easy and fun!


FishingGamesPlay.com

The Ultimate Source For Fishing Games To Play Online !!! If you can't go fishing, but still want to catch fish! You are in luck with this site.


Hooked On Our Kids

A fun informational site with a message board for kids to share thier fish stories and ask questions.


mycoolfish.com

Hi there! Want to submit a picture of your catch for the rest of the world to vote on? Submit it as a '.jpg' and it will be visable within 12 hours!


Project F.I.S.H.

Project F.I.S.H is an educational program for youth and families.


Fishing Games

If the bad weather ruined your fishing plans for the weekend and your lack of energy necessary for a fishing session near the lake stops you from getting into your car and then into your boat on the middle of the lake, we bring you good news: you can always go fishing online, playing free fishing games.


Top Fishing Games

Top Fishing Games has the largest collection of free, online fishing games on the web.


Tips For Fishing With Kids

Involve Your kids From The Beginning.

Kids enjoy feeling included, and what better way to instill some responsibility in your children. Depending on their age, give them small things for which they are responsible, such as rolex replica that everyone has a personal floatation device, or teaching them to coil a line.

Keep Them Busy.

Kids like to stay active. Plan an outing on the boat that rolex replica sale water activities such as snorkeling, tubing, looking for wildlife or learning how to fish. Introduce your child to fishing.

Teach Them New Skills That Will Last a Lifetime.

Being on the water provides an rolex replica sale opportunity to teach kids about their environment, and boating, fishing and safety skills. Try to incorporate these teachings into fun activities and gradually introduce your kids to new things as they are ready. For example, you might want to create a game that teaches nautical terminology such as port, starboard, stern, and bow. Once your kids rolex replica this terminology, help them learn how to safely drive the boat or cast a fishing line. Boating and fishing provide unlimited learning—learning that lasts a lifetime.

Plan Family Outings And Include Others.

Use this time to gather as a family and create lifelong memories. Plan short outings such as a picnic on the boat or let the kids find a new creek or lake on the www.rolexreplica.me.uk and plan a picnic at that destination. This creates a sense of adventure and allows valuable family time together. You can let your kids invite a friend or relative along to share in the fun!

Tackle.

An ultra-light spinning or spin casting rod and reel combo is usually easier for kids to use.

Small Hooks = Big Catches.

Avoid hooks larger than size 10 (hook sizes run backwards—size 12 is smaller than size 10). Fish won’t readily take large hooks unless they are feeding voraciously.
Most of the time, a subtle presentation is needed to catch wary fish. Tiny hooks also allow small fish to “inhale” the bait, rather than nibble at the hook. If a fish swallows the hook and you want to return it to the water, simply cut the line as close to the hook as possible and release the fish.

Lighten Up Your Line.

Light line will do the job, preferably 6-pound test line or less. Unless you’re targeting monster catfish or marauding muskies, light line is your best bet.

Bag The Big Floats.

Floats are used to suspend your bait in the water and alert you when to set the hooks. The harder the floater is to pull under, the harder it will be to hook a fish. Small floats will help convince the fish to take your tasty bait and run. “Slip” floaters work well for kids. Slip float rigs cut down on the amount of line needed at the end of the rod and are easier to cast.

Sink It With Shot.

Sinkers help get your line down to the fish. They can also create “zero buoyancy.” Ideally, you want your floater to just barely float on the top of the water. Squeeze small BB-sized split shot sinkers onto your line one at a time until your floater nearly sinks from the weight. Since there is very little resistance when the fish takes the bait, it is more likely to bite the bait and run.

Great Big Gobs Of Worms Won’t Do.

There’s no need to use whole whopping-big, writhing night crawlers on your hook. Keep the bait approximately the size of your hook. Live bait such as worms, bee moths or crickets work best. Cut the bait to fit your hook.

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