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It's not the biggest fish, but...

May 23, 2013

I asked myself the question this morning. If I was fishing by myself and caught the state record walleye (or bullhead?) would I feel a little empty compared to if my wife, and/or kids were with me? I would. I know I would. If you don't fish, compare it to getting a hole in one if nobody else is along to witness? Does it count even?

The point in all of this is fishing is not about just catching a limit or a lunker. And getting kids fishing is no easy task. So in that vain we celebrate the FIRST FISH!

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is reminding parents to capture their little angler’s first catch on a specially designed First Fish certificate.

First Fish has no qualifying weights or measurements. The only requirement is the successful landing of a North Dakota fish. Certificates are available to all who request them, and have ample room for all the important information, such as name, age, lake and a short fish story, plus a blank space for a photograph big enough to contain the smile of the happiest little angler.

Free certificates are available by contacting the Game and Fish Department at (701) 328-6300, or send an email to ndgf@nd.gov.

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