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Chris Pratt teaching his son to fish is beyond adorable: 'Feel for nibbles!'

If there's anything cuter than watching Chris Pratt's 3-year-old son get bass fishing lessons from his proud papa, we've never seen it.

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Video: Chris Pratt teaches his son to fish, and it's adorable

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Video: Chris Pratt teaches his son to fish, and it's adorable

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But don't take our word for it! Just check out the sweet lakeside moment the actor shared on Instagram.

Jack holds a tiny reel in the clip and awaits his dad's instructions.

"Now?" he asks.

"Yeah," the actor says as he prepares to take the boy through the whole process. "Go back a little bit on the side, and then over the top and let go."

That gets a victorious "yes!" from Jack and a laugh from his dad.

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"Great cast," Pratt tells him. "Now reel it in slow and feel for nibbles."

Alas, there were no nibbles to be had — at first.

This little dude is bass fishing crazy. Just like his daddy!

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A still shot revealed that the little guy made a big catch that day after all. Of course, it's important to note that a big catch is relative to the size of the fisherman.

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"This kid will be my partner in the bass masters pro am when he's old enough," Pratt wrote in a caption. "We'll take the bass fishing world by storm."

If not, maybe they'll be better known for their piggyback hikes.

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Actors Chris Pratt (L) and Anna Faris attend the Maxim Party with Johnnie Walker, Timex, Dodge, Hugo Boss, Dos Equis, Buffalo Jeans, Tabasco and popchips on January 31, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.

“We love to go hiking,” Pratt's wife, actress Anna Faris, recently told Us Weekly. “Chris will carry Jack on this amazing hiker backpack thing that’s pretty awesome.”

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