“Let’s Go Fishin’” is simple yet tremendously fun. Certain games are enjoyable for one generation after another and “Let’s Go Fishin’” is certainly one of those games. “Let’s Go Fishin’” is intended for children ages four and up and it has been on the market for several decades.

Product Details 

“Let’s Go Fishin’” is a game that uses a battery-operated rotating board to circle twenty-one colorful fish whose mouths open and shut. The game includes four plastic fishing poles and the object of the game is for each player to “catch” as many fish as possible as quickly as possible. Once all the fish have been caught, whoever has the most is the winner.

Pros and Benefits 

This game is very easy to play. It is incredibly quick to set up and is a lot of fun. It can be enjoyed by people of various ages and is easy to cleanup and store after play. It’s also got a unique style of gameplay that small children will undoubtedly find amusing. It also helps strengthen hand-eye coordination.

Cons and Drawbacks

This game is fun and works as advertised, but it needs a battery to operate and none are included. It can also be a bit noisy when it is turned on.

Fun Additional Ideas

This game is a great discussion starter about all the different kinds of fish and facts associated with them. It also might be fun for kids to name the fish and make up stories about each figurine.

Final Recap 

“Let’s Go Fishin’” retails for only $10 which is incredibly reasonable, especially for such a joy-inducing game. To learn more, see here.

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Let’s Go Fishin'
“Let’s Go Fishin'” is a game that is fun for small children and helps develop hand-eye coordination and motor skills.

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Meagan Meehan

Meagan J. Meehan is a published author, poet, cartoonist, and produced playwright. She pens columns for the Great South Bay Magazine, Blasting News, and Entertainment Vine. She is also a stop-motion animator and an award-winning abstract artist. Meagan holds a BA in English Literature and a MA in Communication. She is also an animal advocate and a fledging toy and game designer.
Meagan is a contributing editor to Kidskintha writing on Toys, Games, Entertainment, and other topics that are happy and fun!

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