The Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail is a nonprofit, nondenominational ministry whose mission is to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to fishermen and their families through competitive and professionally run fishing tournaments.
We, at Fishers of Men, believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God. We believe that he came and died on a cross for the remission of our sins and rose again on the third day. And that anyone who believes in Him and accepts Him as their personal savior, can have eternal life in Heaven as well as a life more abundant while here in this life.
Hundreds of people have made first time decisions to follow Jesus and hundreds more have renewed their commitments to Him at our meetings.
What began in 1998 as a small four division tournament trail with a total of 21 events through the first season has now grown into one of the largest fishing tournament organizations in the country. During the 2009 season, 48 team tournament divisions and 32 legacy divisions combined for a total of 315 tournament events.
A divisional tournament event consists of a professionally ran fishing tournament on Saturday preceded by a meeting on Friday evening. At the Friday meeting, anglers are treated to a meal, tournament details, and door prizes. But most importantly they will hear a gospel message and offered the opportunity to accept Jesus into their life.
All of our tournaments are team events, with each team consisting of two members. Legacy division teams are also two person teams. However, a legacy team is made up of one member who is 19 or older, and one member who is under 19.
Membership is open to anyone without regard to religion, gender, age, or race.
For more information, contact our National Office at 1-877-347-3585.
Division Chaplain Information:
18000 West Lake Houston Pkwy
Humble, TX 77346
Phone: (281) 812-8668
If you are paying any Tournament Fees, Membership Fees, or Bonus Buck Fees via check, they can be mailed directly to Division Director at the address above. Please make all checks payable to Texas Fishers of Men.