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6/5/2013 7:11:00 AM
Catch your first fish, free, on Saturday

On Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Arizona Game & Fish Department personnel will host the sixth annual First Fish Fishing Clinic at Goldwater Lake.

"This clinic is designed to help any person to catch their first fish," said Zen Mocarski, information and education program manager with the Game and Fish Kingman office. "We will be on hand to provide instruction equipment and fish. And the best part is it's free."

The event is partially sponsored by the City of Prescott and other local vendors and parking during the event is free.

While Game and Fish will provide equipment, individuals with their own gear are encouraged to bring it.

"Many people have had this experience," Mocarski said. "However, maybe these same folks have yet to take their children out. This is a great opportunity to provide that once-in-a-lifetime memory."

While bag limits are in effect, a fishing license is not required. The lake will be stocked with rainbow trout and raffle items will be given away.

Goldwater Lake is located approximately three miles south of Prescott on Senator Highway.

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