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Laporte’s Take a Kid Fishing sends 26 future fisherfolk out on the water

Laporte's third annual Take a Kid Fishing netted 17 girls and nine boys to cast a line on Garfield Lake Saturday. The conditions were cool but the fishing was hot. Fifteen boats headed out on the water with guides. Lakeport First Responders were ...

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Walleye and northerns cooperated with from left, guide Adam Henton of Bemidji, Kaitlyn Smith, 11, of Staples, Nathan Fisher, 10, of Sauk Rapids and Jake Premo of Guthrie catching limits of both. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)

Laporte’s third annual Take a Kid Fishing netted 17 girls and nine boys to cast a line on Garfield Lake Saturday. The conditions were cool but the fishing was hot. Fifteen boats headed out on the water with guides. Lakeport First Responders were on the scene. “It was a lot of fun,” Smith said upon returning to shore. “If I can, I will definitely do it again.” Related content  Laporte’s third annual Take a Kid Fishing netted 17 girls and nine boys to cast a line on Garfield Lake Saturday. The conditions were cool but the fishing was hot. Fifteen boats headed out on the water with guides. Lakeport First Responders were on the scene. “It was a lot of fun,” Smith said upon returning to shore. “If I can, I will definitely do it again.” Related content  

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