kids

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Get Hooked On Fishing Kids Activation At Bassmaster Classic

HOUSTON — Children attending this year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods will be in for a special treat March 24-26 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Fishing, games, competitions, seminars, special guests, raffles, giveaways and more await them at the Shell Bassmaster Get Hooked on Fishing presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors. Kids can get in on the fun from 10 a.m. to 2 […]

15 Tips for Kayaking With Kids

Kayaking with kids can be exciting yet stressful at the same time. Similar to planning a fishing trip with kids, there are many things to take note of especially with regards to SAFETY. Kayak Fishing Guy has created an excellent infographic that share tips to take note when kayaking with kids. According to the infographic, one way to ensure your kids enjoy the trip is to constantly tell them that […]

Your Investment

Stock markets rise and fall. Instability is a worry for many and uncertain futures leave many questioning where to invest. How do I secure my future? How do I make sure everything is ok? Money isn’t the only thing you can invest. Admittedly, I was late to the party for Mumford & Sons. Sometimes new music doesn’t get as much time as it deserves. I’ve been burned too many times […]

An Adventure with My Son

Contributed by Chris Ritchie A few days ago, I got it in my mind that I HAD to go buy some new tackle. You know what I’m talking about. That moment where you walk into your garage and no matter how much gear you already have you stare at your stuff and wonder to yourself, “How am I ever going to catch anything with this garbage?” I loaded up the […]

Making a Camping Trip a Success with Kids

Contributed by the Camping & Education Foundation A camping trip as a single adult or as a couple does require planning and strategy, but when you are ready to take your children on their first camping trip it is a whole new adventure. Not only do you need more supplies, you also have to have a plan on how to keep the kids occupied, how to convince them to go […]

Dangerous Cold Water Submersion

Cold water can end a life all too quickly. My son almost became a victim last week.I needed some time to process everything that went right and wrong before telling the story and now it’s time. Winter has been milder than normal in Central Texas and has allowed for a lot of late afternoon bank stomping sessions. I’ve been hiking to small ponds and throwing my fly rod to stave […]

Promote What You Love

Contributed by Crystal Keill “Promote what you love instead of bashing what you hate.” – David A. Wolfe With all of the dissension over rights lately, the one thing we all should feel compelled to do is to promote what we love. I’ve decided to do just that. Earlier this year, a fellow teacher came to me expressing that her son is an avid angler. She explained that this 12-year-old […]