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Take a Kid Fishing event returns to Bemidji June 8

Bemidji's annual Take a Kid Fishing event is set to return on Wednesday, June 8.

A Take A Kid Fishing participant catches a fish with the help of a guide on Wednesday during the annual event on Lake Bemidji. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
A Take A Kid Fishing participant catches a fish with the help of a guide in 2019 during the annual event on Lake Bemidji.
(Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer)
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BEMIDJI — Bemidji's annual Take a Kid Fishing event is set to return on Wednesday, June 8.

"We are pleased to announce the return of our event and all the joy and excitement it brings to the youth and families and the community," the Bemidji Area Take a Kid Fishing Committee said in a release. "Our committee members and volunteer guides are ready to serve the youth for this year’s event."

Participants will meet guides at 10 a.m. at Cameron Park with a 5 p.m. Fish Fry at Lake Bemidji State Park later that evening.

Take a Kid Fishing is open to children between the ages of 10 and 15.

Registration is open through June 1 and forms may be found at www.bemidjitkf.org or follow the Bemidji Area Take a Kid Fishing Facebook page for updates.

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