Future Fisherman Foundation On-Line EBay Auction Begins Sunday, November 17.

2013 items table_clip_image002Looking for a Christmas gift for that “hard to find” person?  Your search is over when you check out all the trips and merchandise on this year’s list on www.Futurefisherman.org !

Over 30 fresh and saltwater trips with top guides and Pro Anglers, and rods, reels, tackle, boating equipment, along with autographed jerseys and art work all waiting for your bid!

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Ensuring the Future of Fishing!

Logo final-girl-smallFuture Fisherman Foundation Annual Auction Helps Fund Programs like Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs

The Third Annual F3 Online eBay Auction is getting close! Anyone interested in donating a fishing trip or merchandise is urged to send their donation requests to Mark Gintert at mark@futurefisherman.org. All donations are tax deductible.

On Sunday, November 10 the complete list of Auction items will be available for viewing on,

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“The Federation” Continues its Expansion with the Hiring of Industry Veteran Tammy Cox

Ponca City, Okla. – October 1, 2013 – The Bass Federation’s President and ChiefExecutive Officer, Robert Cartlidge, announced today the hiring of industry veteran, Tammy Cox, formerly of Pure Fishing.  Cox’s most recent experience was the longtime grassroots Marketing Manager for the Berkley product lines, among others.

Cox joins the federation leadership team as the Director of Business Development for all properties under the federation umbrella, which includes: The Bass Federation (TBF), Future Fisherman Foundation (F3), The Walleye Federation (TWF), the Student Angler Federation (SAF) high school fishing program, National Bass Anglers Association (NBAA), Cabela’s North American Bass Circuit (NABC), and the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit (MWC).  Read the rest of this entry »

Your donation can help ensure the future of fishing!

Support the third annual Future Fisherman Foundation Online Auction

Logo final-girl-smallPlease help the Future Fisherman Foundation (F3) continue to provide important programs like Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs with your support of F3’s third annual online auction. Since its inception, the Foundation has had positive impacts on the lives of more than 1 million young anglers. Events such as the online auction allow us to continue fulfilling F3’s mission. Read the rest of this entry »


BERKLEYLaunches First International High School Fishing Club Challenge

COLUMBIA, S.C. (August 14, 2013) – Berkley fishing tackle is going back to school. High school that is, with the launch of the first International High School Fishing Club Challenge. Beginning August 15th, high school fishing coaches can register their school to participate in the program. The program lasts through the school year and offers numerous fishing related opportunities, rewards, product samples and prizes.  Read the rest of this entry »

Cabela’s NWT and FFF Partner for a “Youth Fishing Experience” At Devils Lake Championship event!

nwt-logoPonca City, Okla. – August, 28 2013 The Future Fisherman Foundation and the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour are teaming up to offer young anglers an opportunity to learn more about the sport of fishing.  The partnership will offer a “Youth Fishing Experience” at the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour Championship in Devils Lake, N.D., on Saturday, September 21.  The experience will highlight the fishing industry and the growing movement of high school fishing clubs across the US.  Read the rest of this entry »

Stables School Students and Staff Participate in HOFNOD Training

F3 Stables School Pic 2Staff and students at the Central Kentucky Riding for Hope and the Stables School spent the day learning the basics of fishing, conservation, fish biology and life skills at the beautiful surroundings of the legendary Kentucky Horse Park.

With several ponds within walking distance of the school the school provides the perfect setting to incorporate a fishing program with its students.

“This whole process started with a group of college students from Eastern Kentucky University’s Bass Fishing Team wanting to give back and help the students in this school,” stated Mark Gintert the F3 Executive Director.  “They connected Dean of Students Brian McIntyre with me and from there we started to build a program to get the Stables students involved in fishing. What a terrific example of a group of students wanting to give back to the sport they love,” added Gintert. Read the rest of this entry »

Future Fisherman Foundation, The Stables School and Central Kentucky Riding for Hope team up for training!

Logo produc sponsorPONCA CITY OK, (April 30, 2013) — The Future Fisherman Foundation (F3) and The Stables School will team up for an exciting Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs training seminar on Thursday, May 2, at Central Kentucky Riding for Hope at the legendary Kentucky Horse Park where the school is located. Read the rest of this entry »

New Jersey Division of Fish & Wildlife Kicks off HOFNOD program at Cheesequake State Park

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOver 40 volunteers from around the state of New Jersey attended the Future Fisherman Foundation Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs training seminar held last weekend in Matawan NJ. The group spent 1 ½ days learning the fundamentals of teaching this legendary program to students. The group was also invited to listen to the long range program plans from NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Jim Sciascia who is the Chief of Information and Education for the state. Mr. Sciascia gave the group an outline of where they would like to concentrate their funding and efforts as they build their HOFNOD program across the state. Read the rest of this entry »

New Jersey Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs training set to begin on Saturday!

hofnod_logo07The Nature Center at Cheesequake State Park located at 300 Gordon Rd. Matawan NJ will be the site of this weekends Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs training seminar!

Registered applicants will arrive at the Nature Center at 8:00am for check-in and our program will begin promptly at 8:45am. Read the rest of this entry »

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