My daughter is about to turn 3 here in a few days, and all of a sudden, cannot stop talking about going fishing with me. This is a little odd, as I haven't been fishing hardly at all since she's been born, and really don't talk about it. But, hey, I'm not going to complain if this gets me back out on the water. Generally speaking, she loves to be outside, doesn't mind getting dirty, and isn't afraid of bugs or anything like that. I'm looking for some tips on how to introduce her to fishing and keep it interesting for her so she'll want to keep going with me, especially now that we have a newborn son and she could use some one on one time away from her baby brother to still feel like she's important to daddy. I kind of get the basics -- start with short trips and fish for some easier to catch species. That's really not such a problem, as there's a large pond at a park very close to our house, where I've caught plenty of bluegill in the past to use as catfish bait. That part, at least, shouldn't be too hard. I guess I'm wanting some tips on little things I can do that others have used to make those first few fishing trips interesting enough to keep her wanting to go again and again. Thanks in advance!