Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, wrote this story recently, and I had to make sure we shared it here at MidCurrent.
Taking kids fishing is something I feel strongly about. Doing so ensures the survival not only of our sport, but of our wild places, as well. Most kids these days spend more time behind a screen then bruising their knees or building forts in the woods.
Dom’s piece touches on how to know when your kids are good enough to fish on their own. Or, more accurately, how you as a parent or mentor can know when kids need that independence.
Read the story here.