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Youth Education Report

by Greg Kucharewski

(from Jersey Coast Anglers Association April 2008 Newsletter)

 

NEWARK BAIT AND FLYCASTING CLUB

Sixty-seven children attended the Newark Bait and Flycasting Club “Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs” and Kids Fishing Night. Children learned how to make a casting can and also participated in a casting can competition. The Jersey Coast Anglers Association’s Youth Education Committee supplied prizes and “Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs” packets/prizes for all the youngsters.

 

BECOME PART OF THE ANGLER'S LEGACY

This is something every angler should do to keep the joy of fishing alive. You likely remember your very first fishing trip and who took you. And odds are pretty good that it was that experience that's directly responsible for why you're still fishing today. That's what Angler’s Legacy is all about – simply giving back what you've been given, and making your promise to introduce somebody new to the activity that you love. Join thousands of your peers and make a real difference. So, take someone fishing – a family member, co-worker, neighbor, acquaintance at church or, perhaps, the mechanic who works on your car. Become part of Angler’s Legacy today, the group of folks from all across the country who, like you, are giving back. There's no membership fee and no obligation. You're just making a promise to do your part to share your knowledge and expertise with someone new. Visit the Angler's Legacy web site and take the pledge at www.anglerslegacy.org.

 

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