Teen snorkeling for fishing lures catches entrepreneurial enterprise
In the rough-and-tumble teen employment world, youth sometimes have to be creative to get summer work. Some work on family fishing boats. Others pull lattes at espresso stands.
Or, you could dive in local rivers and salvage fishing lures for resale.
Entrepreneur Jakob Easton, 16, entering his junior year next fall at Homer High School, has done just that.
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