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Tarrant County Texas Fishing and Water Fun

Tarrant County Texas Fishing and Water Fun
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Mother Nature may have made outdoor time a little uncomfortable lately, but with such a raging case of cabin fever, we are ready to get some fresh air – and fresh water! Check out these three fun family activities in Tarrant County Texas sure to net you a good time!

Get Hooked on Fishing at Keller’s Free Fishing for Fun

There’s nothing more fun than watching a kid fish, especially for their first time, so we’re rounding up our fishing poles and getting ready for Fishing for Fun in Keller! You provide the gear; they provide the corn bait for the trout. Fisherman may not be able to catch a fish, but they’ll be able to win door prizes and drawings. Just remember to get your license and remember the limit is 5 per day!

Fishing for Fun

Presented by Keller Parks and Recreation and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Jan. 19, 2013, 9-11:30 AM

Bear Creek Park Pond

Ages 16 and under


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Kid Fish at Bass Pro Shops

My man’s mecca also caters to the kiddos with weekend fishing opportunities, weather permitting, of course! Who better to get you suited up for fishing than the place that sells everything outdoors! Check with Bass Pro Shop for availability and things you need to bring before coming over!

Kid Fish

Bass Pro Shop

Saturdays (weather permitting), 11 AM

2501 Bass Pro Dr, Grapevine, Texas

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Polar Plunge at NRH2O in North Richland Hills

Looking to dip more than your fishing pole in the water? Then put on your swim suit for a chilling experience at the NRH2O Polar Plunge!  Benefitting the Special Olympics Texas – Greater Fort Worth area, participants will plunge for proceeds by taking a teeth-chattering dip into freezing cold water. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the plunging starts at 10 a.m. Proceeds help support more than 4,200 athletes in the Greater Fort Worth area.

Polar Plunge

NRH2O North Richland Hills

9001 Boulevard 26, North Richland Hills, TX 76180

Jan. 26 at 10 AM 

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Fish Out of Water

There are some exotic breeds of tropical fish that have to live in an environment where the temperature cannot fluctuate more than one or two degrees or they will die. I’m kind of like those fish.