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Horrible Experience here! I visited with my 3 boys. The customer service was the worst I have ever seen from the owner to the employees. Unless you want to be called a liar in front of your children and harassed don't go here!
I read reviews a couple of years ago with customers complaining about getting yelled at for bringing their dog or suspected of hiding fish in a snack cooler, but I felt it was worth giving this place a try because little kids need to know...More
Guys, I have been fishing with my 5 years old and my 7 years old for 1 month now. We managed few bites and almost one catch in 1 month. My kids still loved fishing so we returned each week. Last week, My 7 years...More
This place is not fishing, it is catching! We walked up and the employee explained the rules, the fish sizes per pond, and handed my kids poles. We went straight to pond 6 which holds the largest fish. Our plan was to stay there about...More
My son noticed the sign for Rainbow Trout farm and having experienced a similar farm elsewhere REALLY wanted to go. The farm is beautifully landscaped, almost like an arboretum. There are many ponds stocked with differing sized fish that are easy to catch. My son...More
We came here years ago when my daughter was 4. This weekend we were nearby for a water polo tournament and couldn't resist visiting. You should have see it. Four high school girls having the time of their lives ... baiting hooks with wiggly worms,...More
Hubby and I spent about 3 hours, catching FIVE lunkers and had an amazing time! Quiet and peaceful, loved watching the young families teaching their offspring the love of the sport. Exceptionally easy to catch those hungry trout ... very surprising to me. Next time...More