Hooked on Family Fishing Day 2022

Hooked on Family Fishing Day Registration Has Closed

On Saturday, April 30th at Camp Angelos in Corbett, families are invited to learn about and practice all things fishing. Participants will fish the stocked trout pond, make new friends, and participate in various sessions led by expert anglers. Mark Saturday, April 30th on your calendar! A select few scholarship spaces have been reserved for partner organizations.


Hooked on Family Fishing Day

Join a family day of fishing at Camp Angelos on the Sandy River. Family Fish Camp is for families who want to learn more about how to jump-start their fishing experiences in the PNW. Passionate, experienced anglers teach essential skills for all ages, and your family will have the opportunity to recreate in the great outdoors while building connections in the community.

Kids and adults can fish the pond, play games, plan their next fishing adventure, and participate in educational activities such as fish identification, casting and reeling, angler ethics and regulations, gear and equipment, water quality testing, and fish art projects.

Save the Date

April 30, 2022

Tickets Include: 1 meal and access to all sessions and activities. Tickets are $16 per participant for both children adults. Children 3 and under attend for free. Please contact Gray Sorensen at orhabitat@nwf.org with any questions.

Please note that due to the implications of Covid-19, we will be asking all participants and volunteers to wear a mask when not eating or drinking during the event. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Family Fish Camp FAQs

1What is the age range for youth?
The majority of youth participants in previous years ranged from ages 7-12. However, this event is open to all ages!
2What is included in the cost?
Two nights lodging in cabin bunks, five meals (Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast), and all weekend sessions and activities.
3Do I need to bring fishing gear?
Nope! We will provide all necessary fishing equipment for the weekend. This event is geared toward families with little to no experience, so we do not expect you to bring any of your own gear.
4What is lodging like at Camp Angelos?
Families will be staying in shared (co-ed) cabins. This means you will get to stay together as a family, but you will be housed together with another family. All cabins are heated and handicapped accessible. If you have any concerns or questions about this arrangement, please contact us.
5When does the camp begin on Friday?
In previous years, check in began at 5 pm and dinner started at 6:30. Family Fish Camp 2020 will most likely follow a similar schedule. We may be able to accommodate you if you need to arrive later on Friday evening.
6When does the camp end on Sunday?
Sunday morning activities will consist of breakfast, the option to continue fishing, and future adventure planning. Camp will wrap up by late morning, so plan on being out by noon.
7What will the weather be like?
March in Oregon can be quite rainy. The Steelheaders fish the rivers of Oregon rain or shine year round, so you can too! Dress for wet and cold weather.