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Come Fish With Us In 2016. Watch the video to see the 2015 winners!

Each year on the first Saturday of June, the city of Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department partners with the KIDFISH Foundation, Inc to offer an outdoor fishing opportunity for the youth of our community. Directed at children ages 16 and younger, KIDFISH and Texas Parks and Wildlife stock as much as 500 pounds of fish in Lake Pflugerville days before the event to boost the fishing experience. 

A great event!  Saturday, June 4, 2016, 9 a.m to 12 p.m.
Lake Pflugerville - South Shore

Collection of photos from previous Kid Fish events
Prizes are awarded to the 1st and 2nd place winners in each age group who catch the longest fish: 6 years old and under, 7 - 11 years old and 12 - 16 years old. Winners qualify to participate in the state's KIDFISH Classic.

KIDFISH works to teach children a deep appreciation for the sport of fishing, as well as awareness and respect for the conservation of the environment and its natural resources. Unlike some fad sports, fishing is a lifelong pursuit as much about spending quality time on the water with family and friends as it is about catching lots of fish.
  • First Saturday in June 9 a.m. - noon
  • South shore of Lake Pflugerville, 18216 Weiss Lane
  • Registration forms are available online and  at the Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, at the Public Library or City Hall. Or register on the morning of the event.  Advance registration is not required. Bring your completed forms to the lake on the morning of the event. Download a form here
  • Location: Lake Pflugerville - south shore (map)
  • A limited amount of free poles, bait and tackle are available on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Children are to fish from the shoreline or fishing piers if participating in this event, not from watercraft.

PFREE Fishing Day!
KIDFISH is held in conjunction with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department free fishing day, which means anyone can fish in a public body of water without a fishing license. Parents, join your children and fish for PFUN.

For information:  or call 512-990-6113.