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Kid's Fishing Outing
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Lake St Clair Walleye Association
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FOOD*FUN*FISHING*PRIZES
Kids Learn how to fish!
This is a free event!* Open to all
July 26th 2009
9am to 2pm
Metro Beach Picnic Site No. 2
*Normal $4 Park Admission Fee & $ 0.50 Train Ride to Site.
Kids ride the train free!
Call the Club Hotline for more Information 586-778-0480
This year we will be back at Metro Beach Metropark. The day is Sunday July 26th. The starting time is 9am and it will run until 2pm. This club sponsored event is open to all. The more children the more fun everyone can have. A lunch will be served throughout the day's event. Delicious hot-dogs, bags of chips, and cold pop will be available. What would a fishing outing be without a fish fry? All of this will be served by LSCWA members. Since this is fishing event, dust off the rods and reels and the tackle box. Bring bait if you want, but the club will be supplying the worms. The kids will have a blast doing some shore and pier fishing for anything and everything the lake has to offer. There will be prizes awarded to the children (ages 2 through 16) for many different fishing categories. If you plan on attending this event please contact Geoff Regulski (586) 872-1916 or Mark Tews (586) 557-3767. We are asking for your cooperation in this area since it is important to have an accurate count when purchasing the food and beverages. Metro Beach Metropark is located at the end of Metro Parkway (16 Mile Rd) at Jefferson Avenue. Turn into the park at Jefferson and go up to the toll booth. There is a $4 entry fee into the park. An annual pass is available for people who make frequent trips to the MetroParks. Once you are inside the park find a convenient parking spot and take the train to Picnic Site #2. The train is 50 cents for adults and free for children up to 15 years old. Some other quick notes are that the park will open at 6am and closes at 11pm on Sunday. Besides shore and pier fishing the park also offers several playgrounds, a putt-putt golf course and swimming.
 

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