Maumee Bay State Park will host a kids-only fishing event on June 30, and when they say "host", they mean going all of the way. Kids 15 and under will be able to fish the six-acre pond at the park, which will be stocked with close to 3,000 catfish and 1,000 sunfish prior to the event. There will be free bait, fishing poles for the kids to use, and park staff on hand to help the kids bait their hooks, remove the fish, and even a fish-cleaning station to prepare the catch. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Each youth fisherman must be accompanied by an adult or guardian, and that individual need not have a fishing license since they will be there to assist, not to fish. The pond also holds resident populations of bass, bluegills, catfish and crappies.