Our Mission: The Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association is committed to the education, conservation, and management of our natural resources while building an understanding of our aquatic ecosystems and sciences. Our primary goals are to get students involved in the outdoors and to become future ambassadors of our sport through the foundation of spirited competition.
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2019 WIFA STATE TOURNAMENT VENTURES TO WESTERN WISCONSIN
The 2019 WIFA State Championship will be held within some of the most scenic frozen waters in upper midwest! The stage will be set in La Crosse, WI for the 2019 team champion to be crowned fishing Pools 7 & 8 on the mighty Mississippi River! Offering a diverse fishery with opportunities for fantastic fishing action and size, anglers will find abundant panfish, good numbers of pike, elusive but quality sized walleyes and bass! The Mississippi River Valley and towering bluffs will offer a beautiful backdrop to crown a champion in 2019! We'll see you there in mid-February! More details to come!
WIFA FALL RAFFLE!!! Fund your Season
Is your team looking for a great way to raise funds while helping out the WIFA at the same time? When your team participates in the WIFA Fall Raffle, its a win-win! Your team will receive 50% back of its total ticket sales to use yet this season to fund things like travel, new gear and the trip to state! The other 50% goes to the WIFA and helps fund events like the State Championship, Scholarships, fish stocking and more!
The window to sell raffle tickets will be from October 1st until Christmas.
Dec 27th due date to return all tickets and money to Ted Bonde
Drawing at State Feb 16th- Money back to your team by January 7th.
You can get your tickets by emailing WIFA Vice President Ted Bonde at:
WI DNR R3 PROGRAM CAN HELP FUND YOUR TEAM EVENTS
The Wisconsin DNR R3 (Recruitment, Retention, Reactivation) program uses Federal Grants to partners who conduct Angler R3 programs and activities in Wisconsin!
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