First Time Trout Fishing - Grandpa Hill's Childhood Stories
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In First Time Trout Fishing Grandpa Hill spends his last day of his first vacation away from home trout fishing. This story truly happened to Grandpa Hill at a pond in Northport Michigan in the early 1970’s. The pond was completely full of brook trout! There were more trout than Grandpa had ever seen all in one place ever before and ever since.
He has to overcome trees and weeds, and learn to cast sideways. At the end of his successful fishing trip his stringer was full, yet at the end of the day his belly was empty. The fish were all gone.
Marshmallow explains to Gorf how this was a story about growing-up. Grandpa didn’t get something he really had looked forward to - delicious brook trout, and that was OK.
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Produced by David Richman
Executively Produced by Grandpa Hill
Gorph: Grandpa Hill
Marshmallow: David Richman
Art: Amy Steele
Music: Michael Steele
Grandchildren in Audience: Caleb, Corbin, and Walter