The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks has made some exciting arrangements for children. The kids along with their family can go fishing this summer in northeastern Montana after getting hold of the free fishing rods.
The loaner sites for kids’ fishing are present in most of the communities across Hi-Line. This much popular program sustains with the help of the reel and rod manufacturers known nationwide, Glasgow’s D&G Sports, Stromberg’s Sinclair, and Havre’s Big R, who offer FWP heavy discounts.
These loaner rods are strong and come equipped with hooks, split-shots, and bobbers. The kids need to sign the equipments up following which they should be returned in working condition in a certain amount of time.
A senior aquatic education intern in the Montana-Western University in Dillon, Hanna Kimball has since been engaged in the maintenance of the gears and also in resupplying the sites in the current month.
There are over four hundred fishing rods available that are available at the outlets for schools, church groups, organizations, families, and individuals.
Kimball says in a statement that if one cannot own fishing rod, it is no reason one “can’t go fishing”. The aim is to let all kids enjoy fishing despite their “economic status”.