It's officially spring, not just because the season says it is, but because the weather is now finally catching up. As I sit here and write this, it's currently 71 degrees outside, and we aren't even close to the high for the day yet.

A look at the forecast for the rest of the week and into the weekend, we don't have a day under 70 degrees for a high forecasted. That means it's time to start thinking about those outdoor activities we love to do.

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For me, that's baseball. Then again, we do that even when the air is chilly. For a lot of others around town, it's fishing. Sure, you can fish when it's chilly out, but it's not nearly as enjoyable. With those temps up, you can post up all day long with a chair and a cooler, and just enjoy the peace.

It also means that with the warmer weather, lakes around Amarillo and Canyon start seeing a restock of fish, and that's exactly what's happening at Medi Park in Amarillo.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced they'll be stocking up the lakes that are a part of the Neighborhood Fishin' program, and Amarillo's Medi Park is one of them. Starting around April 14, the lake at Medi Park will be all stocked up with a bunch of catfish.

This isn't a one-time thing either. Medi Park will be restocked with catfish every two weeks through the end of October, aside from August when there will be a little pause.

Anglers will be allowed to keep up to five catfish per day, any size. Children under the age of 17 are able to fish for free, but if you're not a kiddo, you'll have to have a fishing license. You can get them for $11 here.

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