Updated: 05/10/2014 6:38 PM
Created: 05/10/2014 1:21 PM KSTP.com
By: Kate Renner
Grandpa knows best, whether it's how to cast a line or how to spend one's time.
And Greg Schorn of Newport thinks its important his grandsons know how to fish.
"It's about getting on the water, they ain't at home sitting on the computer doing the Nintendo or Xbox, or phones or whatever. This is where it's at," Schorn said.
Schorn's grandson's Zach and Hunter spent the day Saturday participating in the fishing opener with their favorite guide.
They say going fishing is their favorite thing to do with their grandpa.
Schorn is passing on his love for the water, something he discovered when he was about their age.
"(Always) outside, I grew up with three brothers. There was nothing about being in a house," said Schorn.
Because these boys are learning, fishing is not just about catching fish.
"That's what it's all about, those relationships," Schorn said.