Let's say you don't know anybody to take you fishing and you don't know where to go. So you're out of luck, right?
Wrong, because this video and the many of the others on this website will help guide you to realistic pathways to making your first catch. Besides watching the video here, check out this link on where to fish on YOUR National Forests, plus explore the step-by-step guide to creating your passport to angling adventure on a National Forest.
If you take the time to decode this video, you'll discover the steps of how these two girls not only found places to go trout fishing on National Forests, they did their own online and in-person research on exactly where to go to catch their first trout. They also did something else that helped them learn where and how to catch a trout... they took the initiative to actually ask mentors to take them trout fishing. So watch this video and learn how you can do the same.
When you're done, take the time to also watch the Your Best Waters video (click on that thumbnail on the right), and discover where many of the best waters in the nation come from and what it means to you and the ecosystems they nourish.
Admittedly, if you're trying to make your first catch (that means catching your first fish), trout may be more of a challenge than perhaps a panfish or catfish. But don't let the challenge stop you. Just the process of fishing for trout will take you on a journey of fishing adventure that's ideal to share with family or a friend. Here's why:
To learn more about trout, trout habitat, trout fishing, and the habitat restoration work of conservation groups like Trout Unlimited, check out the reference links below... such as TU's Save Our Steams youth clubs.
Wherever you try to fish for trout, please remember to check beforehand on local fishing regulations and license requirements, including the need for a "trout stamp" that helps pay for trout habitat. To learn more about trout, trout habitats, and fishing for trout, click on the LEARN MORE button below, plus have your teacher download the free lesson activities below. You might get so interested in the wonderful world of trout that you may even want to plan a trout fishing adventure with your family or peeps.
For all kinds of other helpful information and resources on how kids can learn where-to and how-to go fishing, explore our companion KidsFishing.US website. To discover more about becoming a future angler, visit our educational partners that helped make this video, webpage and lesson possible by clicking on their logos below.