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Oklahoma City’s free youth fishing classes start May 4
Staff at Oklahoma City’s H.B. Parsons Fish Hatchery are getting ready to help kids get “Hooked on Fishing” with free fishing classes.
Beginning on Saturday, May 4, children ages 5-15 can reel in summertime fun during the free “Hooked on Fishing” education program. Kids get hands-on instruction in knot-tying, casting, fish identification, fishing safety and angler ethics.
Classes are 8-10:30 a.m. on the following dates:
- May 4: Edwards Park Lake, 1515 N Bryant Ave.
- May 11: Metro Tech Springlake, 1900 Springlake Drive
- May 18: South Lakes Pond East, 4302 SW 119th Street
- June 8: Edwards Park Lake, 1515 N Bryant Ave.
- June 15: Metro Tech Springlake, 1900 Springlake Drive
- June 22: Dolese Youth Park Pond, 5105 NW 50th Street
- July 13: Edwards Park Lake, 1515 N Bryant Ave.
- July 20: Metro Tech Springlake, 1900 Springlake Drive
- July 27: Crystal Lake, 6625 SW 15th Street
Each class is taught by H.B. Parsons Fish Hatchery and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) staff and volunteers.
Classes are by reservation only, and children must be accompanied by an adult. Register in advance at okc.gov/parksignup, Event ID 20391 or call (405) 297-1426.
Attendees are encouraged to show up 15 minutes before class starts, and bring something to drink plus sun protection. Fishing poles, tackle and bait are provided during class time.
The annual classes are part of the City’s Fisheries Management program, which provides anglers with quality fishing opportunities in Oklahoma City. They’re a partnership between the Parks and Recreation Department, the Oklahoma City Police Athletic League, Metro Technology Centers and the ODWC.
For more information, visit okc.gov/parks.
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