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Caitlyn Stute, 4, of Laporte, presses her paper over a painted fish to make an artistic impression. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Itasca program introduces kids to nature's wonders

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Fish have fins and they're flippy and floppy. And the furry ones are the best.

It's OK for moms and grandpas to come into the fish house if it's too dark and scary for the pacifier set.

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Icicles aren't to be used as swords, tempting as it might be.

And what do you catch in the fish house?

"Walleye!" was the universal answer.

Itasca State Park's bi-weekly program for kids 5 and under focused Thursday on fish and the wonders of ice. And ice fishing.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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