Outside Magazine has a great piece about fly-casting phenom Maxine McCormick finding her place as a teenager in a sport whose participants tend to be significantly older and male. She may be a world champion, but she’s also a normal 15-year-old.
Her phone buzzed. “It’s hard to practice when your friends are sending you Snapchat stories about all the fun they’re having,” she said. She ran off to rescue drowning worms at the casting pond’s edge with her eight-year-old brother, Tobi.Chris Wright, writing for Outside Online
Fishing is a passion that can be hard to maintain through high school and college years. I know I lost a few years on the water in my late teens and early twenties. Check out our Headwaters Youth Program for ideas on how to keep young adults engaged.