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Trout Unlimited

Updated: Thursday, September 19 2013, 09:00 AM EDT
There's something fishy going on at the Hand's On Children's Museum in Hendersonville, and the kids are already hooked!

Members of the Pisgah chapter of Trout Unlimited are teaching kids about the bugs that fish like to eat. 

Along with trying on vests that many fly fishermen use, the kids partake in a number of activities and special guest in celebration of the museums new exhibit.

Here they get to "cast a line" in hopes of catching a big one, learn about different about, and take a boat ride!

The children can make a fish print to take home with them.  The molds are modeled after fish you would find in the waters of Western North Carolina, like the large mouth bass, carp, blue gill and trout.

The exhibit is sponsored by the Glass Foundation and Park Ridge Health.Trout Unlimited

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