Kids’ Fishing Event Offers Free Fishing, Hot Dogs & Worms

National Hunting & Fishing Day is September 27, 2014
National Hunting & Fishing Day is September 27, 2014

To celebrate National Hunting & Fishing Day on Saturday, September 27, 2014, kids are invited to come to the Lower Pool Park at Buford Dam Park on Lake Lanier from 9 AM until 1 PM for free fishing and more!

Kids under 15 who are accompanied by an adult can fish, whether they have any experience or not, and they won’t need a license … or just about anything else.

Don’t have a pole?  Not to worry.  Just get there early enough to borrow one of the loaner poles they’ll have for kids to use during this event.  First come, first served.

Kids will also be given free bait!  Life jackets are recommended for children.  Please bring your own.

This amazing FREE Kids’ National Hunting & Fishing Day Event is hosted by a number of great organizations:

  • Cumming Kiwanis Club
  • Forsyth Cumming Optimist Club
  • The Georgia Wildlife Resource Division
  • Upper Chattahoochee Chapter Trout Unlimited
    National Wild Turkey Federation
  • Hammond’s Fishing Center and
  • Hummingbird.

That’s not all!  There will be fishing demonstrations and instructions on how to tie flies.

That’s not all!  If you’d rather not get your hands all wormy and you’re not wild about taking a fish off your hook, volunteers will be there to help with the gooey stuff.

That’s not all!  Hot Dogs, Drinks, and Snacks will be provided at No Charge!

That’s not all!  The Buford Trout Hatchery will stock over 2,500 Rainbow Trout at the Dam on the morning of the event!

If your kids get tired of catching those 2,500 trout, JAKES Take Aim trailer will be on site with instructional shooting for kids.

This is going to be the greatest free fishing event for kids the world has ever known.  (Maybe.)

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