Spokane Kids Fishing at Clear Lake
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife teams up with several local organizations (including the Spokane Walleye Club) to provide a fun angling experience for kids in the Spokane area. Fishing action is fast and furious in an area stocked full of trout. Children receive a "Kids Fishing" t-shirt, a Zebco rod and reel, and the chance to catch a three-fish limit of trout. This event is open to kids ages 5 to 14. Pre-registration is required. Kids Fishing is held the first Saturday in May. Click here for more information and registration forms for Spokane Kids Fishing!
C.A.S.T. for Kids
The C.A.S.T. “Catch A Special Thrill” for Kids Event gives Spokane area children (ages 5-18) the opportunity to spend a day on a boat fishing with an experienced angler. The Spokane Walleye Club and several other Spokane organizations give area children (typically with disabilities) the chance to go fishing on Clear Lake. Children are supervised by a parent or guardian as they are shown proper fishing techniques and receive natural resources education. Participants and volunteers return from their morning fishing excursion to a BBQ lunch and an awards ceremony. C.A.S.T for Kids is typically held in September. Click here for more information about C.A.S.T for Kids. If you want to get a child that you know involved with C.A.S.T. for Kids send an email to email@example.com
C.A.S.T. for Kids will be September 13, 2014 at Clear Lake
Map to Clear Lake
Clear Lake Resort is the host site for Kids Fishing Spokane and C.A.S.T. for Kids. From Spokane, take I-90 west to the West Salnave Rd exit. Once you exit the interstate, turn right on Salnave and another immediate right onto South Clear Lake Road. Follow Clear Lake road about 2 miles to Clear Lake Resort.
Address: Clear Lake Resort, South 14824 Clear Lake Road, Cheney, WA 99004
Click the icon on the map for an interactive Google Map of the Clear Lake area.
Club Support for Kids Projects
The Spokane Walleye Club donates time and money to kids fishing projects. Club members participate in the planning and execution of Spokane Kids Fishing and C.A.S.T for Kids. Money for these projects is generated largely by our annual Tackle Raffle. The raffle is held from January through March at various sporting goods stores in the Spokane area. A big thank you goes out to the local businesses that allow us to sell raffle tickets at their stores and a big thank you to businesses that donate to the Tackle Raffle.