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Jeremy Fields goes fishing with his family to stay active and connect with his daughters. “I like to take my daughters fishing because it’s a positive outlet. It’s a chance to be able to get out and get some fresh air, get exercise and at the same time learn something that helps provide fresh food. Fishing is quality time that gets spent away from technology, away from distractions,” shares Jeremy.

Jeremy Fields
Crow, Pawnee and Chickasaw

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