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Published: Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Hook, line and sinker kind of day

  • Mark Mulligan / The Herald

  • Six-year-old Heidi Lindauer smiles as she tries to catch her limit in trout at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park Tuesday afternoon. Heid...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Six-year-old Heidi Lindauer smiles as she tries to catch her limit in trout at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park Tuesday afternoon. Heidi spent the afternoon fishing with her mother, Karen, and four siblings, ranging in age from 10 years to 6 months. Heidi even caught the biggest trout of the day and was working toward her limit of five fish.
  • Seven-year-old Ivan Lindauer (right) hopes for a bite as his sister, Heidi, 6; mom, Karen; baby brother, Conrad; and sister Eliza, 2, eat a snack at t...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Seven-year-old Ivan Lindauer (right) hopes for a bite as his sister, Heidi, 6; mom, Karen; baby brother, Conrad; and sister Eliza, 2, eat a snack at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park on Tuesday afternoon.
  • Six-year-old Heidi Lindauer carries her catch around the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park Tuesday afternoon. Heidi spent the afternoon fish...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Six-year-old Heidi Lindauer carries her catch around the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park Tuesday afternoon. Heidi spent the afternoon fishing with her mother, Karen, and four siblings, ranging in age from 10 years to 6 months. Heidi even caught the biggest trout of the day and was working toward her limit of five fish.
  • Ivan Lindauer, 7, (middle) helps his older brother, Emery, 10 (left) and sister, Heidi, 6, unhook a freshly caught trout at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing ...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Ivan Lindauer, 7, (middle) helps his older brother, Emery, 10 (left) and sister, Heidi, 6, unhook a freshly caught trout at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park on Tuesday afternoon. The siblings spent their afternoon trying to fish their limit of five in the pond.
It may just be a snail on the end of her line, but 6-year-old Heidi Lindauer is as happy as she was when she got the biggest trout of all of her siblings at the Kiwanis Youth Fishing Pond at Jennings Park in Marysville on Tuesday afternoon.
Heidi spent the afternoon fishing with her mother, Karen, and four siblings, ranging in age from 10 years to 6 months. Heidi even caught the biggest trout of the day and was working toward her limit of five fish.
The pond is open for fishing to youth age 12 and younger. More youth fishing opportunities are coming up. The Everett Steelhead and Salmon Club will hold youth fishing days at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at Silver Lake and 8 a.m. May 18 at Twin Lakes County Park in Marysville. Click here for more information.


Story tags » MarysvilleFishing

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