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Take a kid fishing; you’ll both love it

Take a kid fishing; you’ll both love it
Payton Chism, an 11-year-old from San Antonio, holds up one of the many catfish he caught while fishing at Calaveras Lake June 11. It was his first-ever fishing trip.

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June 14, 2011
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While I don’t get to do it nearly as often as I’d like, it’s always a blast to hit the water at first light for a day of fishing on the lake. I’ll sadly admit that I hadn’t “wet a hook” in some time, but am happy to say I went on an incredible trip this past weekend. Why was this trip so special, you might ask? The answer is simple. I was able to share in the moment as a great kid I know caught his first-ever fish -- on his first-ever fishing trip. . . .

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