HOWARD — In the space of an hour or two, you could take your kids fishing or target shooting with a bow or a shotgun, or they could find out what using a muzzleloader was like.
Area kids got a chance to enhance their outdoor skills and learn a few new ones at Saturday’s Youth Field Day at Campbell’s Range on Coshocton Road in Howard, which was hosted by Pheasants Forever.
Caleb Reeves, 9, is a student at Utica Elementary. He was busy learning the fine art of fly fishing, casting at a velcro fish that was set up as a target. It took several tries but he finally hooked it.
“I went fly fishing and I caught the big fish twice,” he said. “I like fishing.”
Phil Reeves, Caleb’s father, seemed to be having as much fun as his son.