Editor’s note: This story originally stated adults are able to participate in the youth event due to Oregon’s free fishing weekend. That information has been corrected.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The U.S. Forest Service and Portland General Electric are holding an annual youth fishing event on June 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Small Fry Lake near Estacada.

At the event, children 13 years and under will receive free fishing lessons, fish-cleaning demonstrations and be entered into a raffle for free prizes. Refreshments and limited fishing gear will be provided to attendees. However, families are asked to bring their own fishing gear and snacks.

“Limited loaner fishing gear is available,” the U.S. Forest Service stated. “Come prepared with bait, snacks, water and clothing layers appropriate for the weather. We recommend bringing a cooler to store and transport your catch.”

All children in attendance must be accompanied by an adult.

For adults looking for a reason to get outside, the first weekend in June is also a free fishing weekend in Oregon. However, the youth fishing event is restricted to kids aged 17 and under.

Small Fry Lake is located in Promontory Park, 7 miles southeast of Estacada on Highway 224.