Angler Education Class
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” - Lao Tzu.
Join our Angler Education Class. Learn how to inspire the next generation by teaching a lifelong skill. Fishing is one of the most popular youth activities, but do you know how to explain the basics? Let us show you!
The Cub Scout program is going to be introducing more opportunities for fishing adventure advancement. This is the perfect class to learn how to take your youth on a fun & successful fishing outing.
Our Angler Education Class introduces you to equipment, knot tying, tackle assembly, casting, fishing skills; fish ID and habitats; regulations and ethics, safety and stewardship through fun hands on activities and lessons.
Who should attend? Angler educators can be anyone, age 15 and older, parks and recreation staff, teachers, summer camp staff, home school providers, youth group leaders, fishing club members, Scouting leaders for all ages.
This Angler Education Class is being hosted by the Longhorn Council and will be held at the Longhorn Service Center Room 102, 850 Cannon Dr. Hurst TX 76054. Class is Saturday December 9th, 8AM - 1PM.
Participants will earn their Angler Education Certification, get some free swag and information on how to gather additional resources. Class will be rescheduled if less than 5 register. Spread the word and invite others to join in on the fun!
"I became a volunteer to be able to work with kids, and teach about fishing and outdoor activities, as well as stewardship of our lakes, rivers, and streams. Most importantly, I volunteer to pass on the passion of fishing that was instilled in me as a child and promote family unity with outdoor activities." ~Rodd G., El Paso, TX
Hurst Service Center
8:00 AM CT to 1:00 PM CT