It is always a pleasure when you can take kids who have seldom if ever been fishing, and put them on top of a good school of bluegill. I knew when I left the house this morning that it was going to be a day when I didn't get to fish myself. Even the father of the kids who were with me was as inexperienced as they were. I had to show each of them how to hold the pole, bait a cricket, and remove a fish from a hook. Within an hour you would think they were all seasoned fisherman to hear them talk. The little girl was great, and out fished both her dad and brother, and had no problem telling them so. This is a family from my church and the father who is a proud hard worker is currently out of work. Seeing the smiles on their faces, the laughter, and the appreciation made this whole day worth while. What made it even better was that our seniors were meeting at jefferson springs park near the boat ramp for breakfast at around 9:00 am, and we were able to swing in and have a nice meal with them, then return to fishing to finish filling my cooler. Tonight the whole family is coming over for a fish fry, and games, Wii bowling, and I will send enough fish home with them to have several more fish fry's. God has truly blessed this day.