Who we are & What we do

  • 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

  • Christian faith based ministry.

  • A source of recreational therapy for disabled and PTS Military Veterans and Heroes.

  • Professional guided trips funded by
    non-profit focusing on all facets of fishing.

 

  • Selection by Executive Advisory Board.

  • Each Military Veteran & Hero goes away with tools necessary to start a life of fishing and daily spiritual guidance.

  • Love and respect for those who have served.

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WHY FISHING?

Hook Line & Heroes was founded to bring God's love to our disabled and post-traumatic stress (PTS) military veterans and heroes.

Fishing offers the opportunity to show God's love and our appreciation to those who have served us and build a strong Christian relationship.

The outdoors is a great place to connect with God and each other!

Fishing has many natural connections and parallels to faith.

“While I enjoy most all types of fishing, fly fishing in the river is my favorite. It allows me to get away from everything going on in my life for a while. While I’m standing in water that’s been flowing for several million years it becomes very clear that we are here but a brief moment in time and are pretty insignificant. It’s hard to describe, but catching fish is secondary to just being there at that moment. I feel that I’m briefly a part of the actual, natural world and not the artificial one we live and work in every day. Every hour spent fishing adds a day to your life is a saying that I believe in, and hope it’s true.”
— Bill Williams, Marine Veteran

Foundation of Faith

“We believe there is one Holy God, who is the creator of all things, who reveals himself in three persons - God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Spirit”
(Matthew 28:19)

“Out of His love for all mankind, God sent his one Son, Jesus Christ, so that those who believe in Him should not perish but have eternal life.”
(John 3:6)

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.”
(Mark 10:45)