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fisheriesWild Bulletin, Indiana Department of Natural Resources Fish & Wildlife email newsletter, Fishing Tips, and Videos: Fishing can be hard for someone just starting—the choice in rods, reels, bait, lures, and lines can be mind-boggling. So, when first learning how to fish, keep it simple, light, and close to home.

A light fishing line with small bobbers, weights, hooks, and bait can help you get some excitement on the end of the line fast. Beginner anglers (kids or adults) may tire quickly and often give up while waiting for a giant bass to bite. Most beginners would rather pull in 25 minnow-sized bluegills than wait for one trophy catch.

If you are looking for additional information on how to get get started, you can learn more fishing tips about:

For more fishing tips. Check out these advanced fishing tips.

To subscribe visit: Wildlife Bulletin Newsletter, Indiana DNR-Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.

Lampreys, Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Animal Informational Series
Protect Your Waters, U.S. Fish, and Wildlife Service & U.S. Coast Guard
Nongame and Endangered Wildlife, Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Fishing Guide and Regulations, Indiana Department of Natural Resources
List of Indiana Fishes, Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Recreational Fishing and Fish Consumption, Got Nature?, Purdue Extension-Forestry and Natural Resources
Pond Management: Stocking Fish in Indiana Ponds, The Education Store

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