Fishing Klinic for Kids during Buffalo Days

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The 24th Annual Fishing Klinic for Kids is set for Saturday, June 19th from 9:30 to 1:30 in Sturges Park on Buffalo Lake. Plan to attend this family-friendly event. It is the largest and longest-running fishing program for youth in Minnesota. There will be prizes and games, rod and reel combos and bait provided by H & H Sport Shop, a fishing contest on the pier, Dan Jasper, fishing pro and youth specialist, Minnesota and Florida guide, Corey J. Bechtold, fishing pro and Northwest Sports show participant, Past Dock Master and Master of Ceremonies, Dave Larcom, and the Raptor Center Eagle Program.

We also welcome the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, Buffalo Police Dept, Allina Ambulance, Buffalo Fire Dept, Wright County Dairy Farmers & Dairy Princesses, DreamExcapes, Hasty/Silver Creek Sportsmen Club, Jiggin’ Jim’s Taxidermy, Master Gardeners, Monticello Fleet Farm, Outdoor News, Jr. Pro Team, Women Anglers of Minnesota, Fishing for Life, Buffalo Rotary, IntegriPrint, Nelson Masonic Lodge #135, Buffalo Target, Pivotal Approach Therapy, Thomes Insurance, and Wright-Hennepin Electric.

This free event is sponsored in part by: Hanover Lions Club, Pierce Flooring, Fleet Farm, Boreal Bay Lodge (Canada), Olson Chiropractic, Buffalo Rotary, Super America, Wright-Hennepin Trust, Women Anglers of Minnesota, H & H Sport Shop, Buffalo Knights of Columbus, Thrivent Financial, What’s the Scoop!, Forget Me Not Café, Plano, Alexander Exteriors, National Professional Angler’s Association (NPAA).

And thanks also to Bob FM Reel Talk Outdoors, Buffalo Chamber, Buffalo Knights of Columbus, Buffalo Target, Delano Sportsmen Club, Domino’s Pizza, Hasty/Silver Creek Sportsmen Club, Klatt/Just Ask Rental, KRWC AM1360, LeAnn Smith and Tom Smith, Carrie Kotilinek from City of Buffalo, Little Jim’s Bait and Tackle, Perry Whitney, PM Enterprises, Precision Prints, Shelly Gaetz, Schlenner Wenner & Co., Teddy Hoover / Plano, Vexilar, Waverly Rifle, Gun, and Pistol Club, Wild Marsh, and the Wright County Journal-Press.