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Monday, June 13, 2022
By Dave Graybill
I know there are some school districts in Washington that have already sent kids home for summer break. I think all of them will turn their kids loose sometime in June. It won’t be long before parents will be hearing a familiar phrase: I’m bored. There’s nothing to do! If you have kids in your home age 14 or under, here’s an idea to get them out of the house and have some fun. There at least eleven fishing ponds that are designated as “juvenile-only” waters in Eastern Washington that are kept loaded with all kinds of trout to make sure that the kids have an excellent chance of catching fish. I found a list of juvenile ponds by going to the WDFW website and opening the Fishing and Shellfish page. Then I entered a search at the top right hand corner of the page. I put in juvenile ponds and up popped a list. All of these ponds have good shore access to make it easy for families to fish them. To get some tips on how to fish from shore, you should get a free copy of my Spring E-Letter. Send me a note through my website and I will send one to you.
This shot was taken at the juvenile Pit Pond in Rock Island at an annual spring event.