Bream Fishing with the kids...

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Bream Fishing with the kids...

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The girls, ages 2 and 3.5, have been asking to go fishing with daddy.
So this morning we had breakfast and then went to the neighborhood pond.
Caught about a dozen. They had fun looking at the fish in a bucket and then throwing them back in the lake.
Stayed about 30 min and left them wanting more.

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Nice memory makin'!
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Hey now. They seem to have the right stuff.
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Fishy girls!! Nicely done Dad.
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Good job! You might end up with a pair like Bonecracker's one. :thumbup:
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Apparently pink butterfly books are good for catchin! Wonder if they make them in size 11...

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:thumbup: :thumbup: Looks like fun. Are there any good bass in the pond? It looks good.
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I caught a lot as a kid... this is in the neighborhood I grew up in.
My biggest was about 8lbs on a topwater lure I carved from a broom handle ;-)
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Broom handle? Now, that's creative. I hope you did not get into too much trouble over carving your mother's broom handle!
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Nice Barry! A couple cuties you got there too.....
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You'll go down as "The Best Dad in the World"! You're doing it right, teaching those girls how to fish.

Thanks for the pictures and story.
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How great is that!
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Perfect parenting (and fishing!). The trick that worked on me was river fishing. For some reason that we all know now (aka I didn't know back then) it was REALLY FREAKING HARD to catch those river bream unlike those pond bream. Meanwhile my folks who knew what they were doing caught the river bream just fine. The challenge hooked me, plus that fact that the river bream looked cooler.
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