West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club invites kids to fish next Saturday

May 26, 2013 at 12:14 pm | In Fun stuff to do, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Next Saturday (June 1st), the West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club invites kids to Seacrest for its annual free pop-up “fishing pond,” 8 am-11 am. The announcement and photo are from WSSC’s Greg Boyd:

It’s time again for the annual West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club Free Kids’ Fishing Pond at Seacrest Park. Gather up your kids (ages 14 and under) and bring them on down for some great fishing fun. We’ll have cane poles for the kids to use, bait and the pond all stocked up with trout for the kids to catch and bring home.

There will be canopies over the pond so don’t let any possible rain scare you away.

Seacrest Park is located at 1660 Harbor Ave SW. It is just down the road from Salty’s and shares the same parking lot with the foot ferry and Marination ma kai restaurant.

If you have any questions please see the calendar at our website www.wssportsmen.org, email us at info@wssportsmen.org or call Greg at 206-818-4469.

1 Comment

  1. Cool! Hopefully I remember to take my kiddos down there and have some fun. I always remember the sportsman shows having this type of fishing setup for kids and it’s exciting for a younger kid to see the fish and then get one hooked on a line.

    Comment by Mke — 2:18 pm May 26, 2013 #

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