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In 2011, the Oklahoma Fishing in the Schools Program was introduced to almost 50 schools across the state. The number of schools continues to grow and in the summer of 2014, almost 200 schools are participating in the program. The program is an extension of the Aquatic Resource Education Program developed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1988. It is one of many Outdoor Education programs offered, along with National Archery in the Schools, Explore Bowhunting, Explore Bowfishing, Hunter Education and Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program, that schools all across the state are introducing into the classroom.


How does a school become involved with the program?

What cost is involved with the program?

Free supplies? What is included?

How many schools are currently participating in the program?

Have additional questions?
Contact Daniel Griffith at daniel.griffith@odwc.ok.gov

Additional Activities
  • Manual Activity Insert (PDF)
  • Angler Responsibility Form (PDF)
  • Casting Golf Activity (PDF)
  • Resources
  • Manual (PDF)
  • OKFITS CO-OP Agreement (PDF)
  • Teacher Activity Report (Online)