BSA Fishing
Certified Angling Instructors

Our Vision and Mission

Vision - BSA Outdoor Program

The camping and outdoor program is an exciting and essential element of the Boy Scouts of America. Camping and outdoor program activities will deliver adventure, challenge, teamwork opportunities, confidence building, fun, and other new and exciting experiences. Camping and outdoor program activities will lead to self-reliance, self-confidence, and leadership, and will enhance the traditional aims of Scouting: citizenship, character develop­ment, and mental and physical fitness consistent with the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Safe, responsible, and success­ful outdoor activities will entice youth to become members of the Scouting organization and benefit from its values and character-building activities.

Mission - Outdoor Program Support Team

The outdoor programs support team is a critical leader­ship group entrusted with safely delivering the outdoor adventure that youth and adults expect and that lead to self-discovery and character development. The team plans and oversees the outdoor program and the facilities that are needed to support the program. Under the teams leadership, all elements of the Scouting outdoor program collaborate to understand the market needs, develop relevant programs, and deploy facilities and resources to most effectively meet demands of increasingly diverse youth and adult populations. 

The dynamics of an adventure-oriented camping and outdoor program require expertise in multiple skill areas, including aquatics, fishing, shooting sports, high adventure, and COPE/climbing. The national Scouting organization provides support in these areas.

Mission - National BSA Fishing Task Force

To provide leadership and guidance concerning all Fishing aspects of BSA's Programs in order to ensure that Scouts at all levels have the best opportunity to learn and enjoy the sport of Fishing.  Further to encourage and foster a progressive learning experience to Scouts and Scouters via education, advancement, programs, literature, and other resources necessary to teach and support fishing and conservation within the BSA Scouting World.

Address: 8 Forest Oak Ct, St. Louis, Missouri 63026

Phone: 314-477-8120

E-Mail: Michael Brand

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