F3 has several resources for sale to assist educators in schools, community centers, parks and clubs. Here are descriptions of some of the most popular items.

Know Thy Fish – Your Guide to Fish Identification

This 63 page handbook produced in cooperation with the BoatU.S. Foundation this is a guide to identifying 7 different families of fish species – Catfish, Minnow, Perch, Pike, Salmon & Trout, Sunfish and Bass. It includes a picture and description of 39 different fish species. This booklet also contains a boater safety section The Bass Federation (TBF), catch & release tips, building the perfect tackle box, world records, and a ‘fish list’ where the anglers can keep record of the species they have caught!

Price: $1.00 ea plus S&H


Fishing Is Simple Handbook (F.I.S.H.)

With text in both English and Spanish, this 20-page, publication makes a great instructional handbook for children and their parents.

Price: $3.00 each plus S&H


Nothin’ But Net

nothin but netNothin’ but Net tells a great story about a young man who is not your typical Jr. High School Athlete.  He finds a great niche in the sport of fishing and he is eventually able to introduce his friends to the sport as well.

Price: $8.50 each plus S&H


Fishing Fun for Kids

This 32-page instructional coloring book was written especially for children ages 3-10. This is a great book for kids to take home from events and programs to continue learning about fishing and conservation.

Price: $2.00 each plus S&H


Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs Instructor’s Guide (4th edition)

This guide was developed for training HOFNOD-certified educators to implement angling and character-development programs. It not only shows educators how to teach fishing skills, but also ethical practices and stewardship principles that promote self-esteem, confidence and self-respect.

Price: $13.00 each plus S&H


Future Fisherman Foundation DVD Video Series

This DVD features a 67-minute compilation of several media projects developed by F3 over the years, including a Hooked On Fishing-Not On Drugs (HOFNOD) documentary, One Child at a Time (HOFNOD coordinator program guidelines), A Program That Works for Life (HOFNOD program focus), An Urban Youth Perspective (with interviews of inner-city youth) and Have You Seen My Beluga (a look at sportfishing meant to engage elementary-school-age children). It’s a great educational resource for HOFNOD fishing instructors, aquatic educators and community leaders looking to enrich their youth angling programs.

Price $3.00 each plus S&H


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