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12 week internship, May-August. Intern will participate in Resource and Harvest monitoring activities with the Corpus Christi Ecosystem team.
Program: Coastal Fisheries Region 2
Contact Person: Brian Bartram
Contact Phone: (361) 729-2328
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Volunteers are needed to help teach a Basic Fishing clinic at Ft Parker State Park.Volunteers will teach fishing ethics, regulations, basic tackle, rods and reels, casting practice, knot tying, baits and lures, tackle boxes and equipment, fish handling, fish identification, and waterside fishing.Saturday, August 27, 20229am - 1pmPlease arrive 30 minutes prior and plan to stay for clean-up. Masks and social distancing are encouraged.
Program: Angler Education
Contact Person: Lon Brown
Contact Phone: (903) 390-8033
Volunteers are needed to help teach a Basic Fishing clinic at Ft Parker State Park.Volunteers will teach fishing ethics, regulations, basic tackle, rods and reels, casting practice, knot tying, baits and lures, tackle boxes and equipment, fish handling, fish identification, and waterside fishing.Saturday, May 28, 20229am - 1pmPlease arrive 30 minutes prior and plan to stay for clean-up. Masks and social distancing are encouraged.
Please help us provide fishing themed games and activities to our visitors. We will be offering assistance to those fishing as well as activites such as fish identification, knot tying, fish printing, and a casting game.When signing up, please let us know which activity you are interested in helping with.Activites will be held 8am - 11am.
Program: Bonham State Park
Contact Person: Jason Schooley
Contact Phone: (903) 583-5022
Help teach the basics of fishing and fly fishing to families at various stations and assist families during the fishing derby around the pond. Date: Saturday, June 4th, 2022Time: 8am - 12pm (Fishing derby 10:30am - 11:30am only) 1. Backyard Bass Casting2. Fish ID & Habitat Map3. Rules and Regulations (Outdoor App). With a Game Warden. 4. Fly Fishing & Tying5. Fishing Derby (10:30am-11:30am)6. Awards 11:30am -12pm
Contact Person: Vincent Lecca
Contact Phone: (512) 210-9142
Volunteers are needed to help Basic Angler skills at a public event at the Jimmy Burke Event Center in the City of Deer Park June 30, 2021. Location: Jimmy Burke Activity Center500 W 13th StreetDeer Park TX, 77856Date: July 6, 2022Time: 10am-12pm(Volunteers may be asked to arrive early and stay late)The event includes backyard bass and exhibit booths. Volunteers will be asked to help pass out AED materials, teach knot tying, disinfect equipment between uses, and help with various activities.
Contact Person: Danielle Finney
Contact Phone: (281) 478-2059
Assists TPWD - Coastal Fisheries Biologists with the collection of fisheries related data. Handling of fish, boating on skiffs and research vessels required.
Contact Person: Ethan Getz
Contact Phone: (361) 431-6003
We have a critical need for certified divers to assist with our exhibits and education programs. We especially need a Tender as safety diver while our staff diver conducts daily show for visitors.
Program: Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center
Contact Person: Craig Brooks
Contact Phone: (903) 670-2222
Assists the general public and organized groups that come to our center to enjoy a day of fishing. Examples of some duties performed include: greeting the public, delivering safety and fishing orientations, preparing bait, repairing rods and reels, removing fish hooks, and recording attendace data. Criminal background check required.
This weekday opportunity is designed for those who have an interest in pursuing a career in the wildlife management field. Farm type work like pond sweeping, water quality testing and general assistance to hatchery technicians are some of the experiences with this volunteer position. Contact us to find out more.Current wildlife management students, exceptional high school students and others with an interest in developing their skills in this field are encouraged to apply.
Assist hatchery staff with maintenance, pond management and fish culture. Volunteer can select shifts during normal hatchery hours: 8am - 4pm, M-F. The hatchery is located in North Texas, approximately 23 miles west of Wichita Falls below Lake Diversion.
Program: Dundee Fish Hatchery
Contact Person: John Paret
Contact Phone: (940) 586-1203
Assist hatchery staff with pond management, fish culture, and hatchery maintenance. Volunteer can select shifts during normal hatchery hours: 8am - 4pm, M-F. The hatchery is located in North Texas about 90 miles west of Ft. Worth.
Program: Possum Kingdom Fish Hatchery
Contact Person: Ryan Rogers
Contact Phone: (940) 779-2301
Martin Creek Lake State Park will be hosting an entry level angler education class for 40 3rd-5th graders.Volunteers are needed to assist with teaching knot-tying, casting, and water-side fishing from 8am-2pm.Complimentary park accommodations available from June 22-23, 2022 for volunteers who can assist with the program. Overnight accomodations include 1 cottage that sleeps 4, screened shelters, and tent/RV sites. Contact Chris Daugherty for more information. Event date/time: Thursday, June 23, 2022 8am-2pmPlease plan to dress appropriatly for the outdoors in loose, light colored clothing. Bring sunscreen, bug repellant, and plenty of drinking water.
Contact Person: Curtis Daugherty
Contact Phone: (903) 836-4336
Assist staff with hatchery operation (i.e. fish culture, maintenance, outreach & research.)
Program: CCA Marine Development Center
Contact Person: Delbert Gatlin
Contact Phone: (361) 939-7787
If you love to fish, here''s a unique opportunity for a park host at an Inland Fisheries facility! The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center has an available position starting immediately for a 3 month term with options for shorter or longer stays. TFFC is a full-production fish hatchery with an aquatic nature center and stocked fishing ponds. Visitors to TFFC enjoy touring the freshwater animal exhibits, viewing a dive show, fishing at the casting ponds and exploring the 0.6 mile Wetland Trail. We provide all equipment for fishing and brief instructional assistance for new anglers. TFFC''s hatchery focuses primarily on largemouth bass production while raising and stocking catfish, koi and trout.
Park hosts are provided a 50/30 amp full hook-up campsite at an adjacent RV park in exchange for a minimum of 20 volunteer hours per week at TFFC and 5 volunteer hours per week at the adjacent RV park. TFFC shifts are primarily weekend with a few weekdays. The main duties of park hosts will be to provide basic fishing instruction, distribute fishing poles and assist with catches. Other duties may include but are not limited to:
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Criminal background check is required along with 3 references (character, employment or previous park host). Married couples are welcome to apply together as ample hours are available.
Volunteers needed to help teach fishing to youth and their families as part of the Front Porch Days event. Activities include: 1. Back yard Bass (casting lessons). 9am 2. Outdoor Annual App. 9am 3. Fish ID (and habitat map). 9am 4. Fly Fishing demonstration (Vincent Lecca). 9am 5. Fishing at the Pond (from 10am-1pm). Date: Sunday, May 22, 2022Volunteer Time: 8:30am - 1:30pmLocation: 1077 Fairway St, Kyle, 78640
Contact Person: Tyson Jamison, TPWD Angler Ed Volunteer Instructor
Contact Phone: (512) 845-2226
Assist with teaching fishing skills, catch and release and ethical fishing practices at Sea Center Texas. Most events are held on Wednesdays or Saturdays. Criminal History Background Check required. Must be 17 years old or accompanied by an adult and able to volunteer at least 6 hours per month.
Program: Sea Center Texas
Contact Person: Jordan Kieffer
Contact Phone: (979) 292-0100 x223
Assists in day-to-day operations of the Sea Center Texas gift shop. Operates cash register, prices and re-stocks merchandise. Criminal Background Check Required. Must be 17 years old or accompanied by an adult and be able to volunteer at least 6 hours per month. Minimum age is 12 years old.
Assists with the registration of visitors, distributing customer surveys, and answering guest inquiries at Sea Center Texas. Criminal Background Check Required. Must be 17 years old or accompanied by an adult and be able to volunteer at least 6 hours per month.
Provides interpretive tours of the visitor center and fish culture buildings to visitors of all ages at Sea Center Texas. Guides also assist with conducting education programs for local school students. Criminal background check is required. Must be 18 years old or accompanied by an adult and be able to volunteer at least 6 hours per month.
Contact Phone: (979) 292-0100 x224