Teaching Kids To Fish Ridgecrest
Where is it at?
Teaching Kids To Fish
317 W. Ridgecrest Blvd.
Where are we going today?
Teaching Kids To Fish is a lovely not-for-profit organization that invests in young people, as well as the community. They combine their love of fishing and the outdoors, with a passion of making a difference.
These guys operate with the purpose of providing underprivileged, disabled and less fortunate kids, to allow them to enjoy the sport of fishing and the nature that surrounds them.
They hope to provide a Christian setting where young people receive personal attention, as well as feeling comfortable they are developing personal relationships with those staff members from the organization.
Those kids that participate, they will learn first and foremost safety on the water. They will be in good hands.
They will be taught the art of fishing, and about all the different kinds of fish that they might be able to find.
The trips will be enjoyable with short outings in areas known to have lots of fish so they have a good chance at catching some!
Depending on their ages, they will be assigned certain things which they will be responsible for. This way they will come away with a sense of confidence and responsibility.
If you feel like your child would benefit from this organization, make sure you get in touch!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: Free
When can we go?
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Classes are on Wednesdays 6:00 PM
This is a program that can really help kids, and most importantly it's safe. This program is a great way to distract kids from their situation and really focus on something positive. If there are any students who might benefit definitely look into this with their parents. .
Any Top Tips?
Kids aged 7 - 15 can participate in the very fun fishing camp! For a few short days they will do out and enjoy the serenity of the outdoors. They will try their hands at all the different ways to catch fish, and most of all enjoy hanging out with their friends and nature!.
Need a little extra help?
There are handicap assessable facilities, areas suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs..
What people are saying?
by Jennifer Hudson
Bass Pro has GREAT service and their credit card program is great. I saved over $250 on my handgun by signing up and getting approved for my bass pro Mastercard. It's been about 6 months and I already have $423 in cash back rewards that I can spend on anything..... This place and this card is DEFINITELY worth it
by Joseph Espinosa
Extremely friendly staff. I dont think i turned a corner or walked to a different department without a staff member asking if i was finding everything ok or just saying hello. The reastraunt inside the shop had topnotch food and the service was great. I will make the 8 hour trip back to this Bass Pro just because of the level of service provided to me here.
by Tim Carson
Went in to break in a psitol at the range...I walked in with the gun explained I didnt have a chl and was planning to get one...and while checking my gun in the old ass dude made me feel like a damn criminal..halfway through him locking it I took the gun back and left...wont return...
by Martin Rodriguez
Awful service. I get what kind of people normally walk in the store, and you can guess by my last name what race I am. Doesn't mean you have to ignore me and my wife. We're avid shooters/gun owners too. Was ready to buy her a s&w but the sales person passed us right over to everyone else even though we were right at the front counter. Got the same reaction upon entering the store like we didn't belong. Even cabelas is not this bad!!! I'm not even trying to make this about race. I hope there was another reason behind it. I highly doubt it though....Read More
by Tom Kap
If basing an opinion on firs impressions ... I called to learn about a product they might carry. The dept person on the other end seemed irritated by the call, did not know the product and was generally unhelpful. Don't plan to waste my time visiting.
by Martin Rodriguez
Awful service. I get what kind of people normally walk in the store, and you can guess by my last name what race I am. Doesn't mean you have to ignore me and my wife. We're avid shooters/gun owners too. Was ready to buy her a s&w but the sales person passed us right over to everyone else even though we were right at the front counter. Got the same reaction upon entering the store like we didn't belong. Even cabelas is not this bad!!! I'm not even trying to make this about race. I hope there was another reason behind it. I highly doubt it though.
Only positive was the checkout guy. He at least was polite and wished us a good day after purchasing much smaller items. That's the reason why there's 2 stars. Otherwise this place gets negative stars.
Last time we ever step foot in there. Going to check out gander mountain now and local owned gunshops. They can't be much worse than this place.