What is Legacy Outfitters?

We are men who use our passion for the outdoors as a way to help each other become better husbands, better fathers, and ultimately the men God calls us to be through our faith in Jesus.

Our meetings and events are designed to provide an environment where our Legacy brothers can confidently invite men to be encouraged and challenged by stories of changed lives and restored families.

We believe that “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17), so most of our meetings and events are intended for adult men, age 17 and up. We do have occasional family and couples events, but our mission and vision is to draw together all men, whether married, alone, or alone again.

Legacy Outfitters is not a church, and it is not affiliated with a church or denomination. However, one of our goals is to help men become the spiritual leaders of their families so they will attend church together. Legacy Outfitters is not a hunting and fishing club. Instead, we use outdoor activities as the setting for spiritual discussions about what God is doing in our lives.

There are no membership fees or dues.
All adult men are welcome to become our Legacy brothers by just showing up.


The 2016 Banquet

The annual Fishers of Men Banquet is Monday, September 12, at the Extraco Event Center Exhibits Building at 4601 Bosque Blvd in Waco. Doors open at 5:00 pm.

Click here for table sponsorships and individual ticket purchases.

Archery Tournament
Central Texas Regional

Challenge Division:
1st: David Lockard
2nd: Kyle Heisch
3rd: Adam Garcia

Traditional Division:
1st: Scott Welch
2nd: Marty Wiley
3rd: James Mack

Men's Hunter Division:
1st: Todd Smith
2nd: Tyler Schafer
3rd: Buckey Lobdell

Women's Hunter Division:
1st: Chloe Bush
2nd: Charlotte Cassell
3rd: Cailynn Rugh

Open Division:
1st: Dave Wenner
2nd: Trevor Schulz
3rd: Branden Bringhurst

Youth Division:
1st: Tyler Bednarz
2nd: Morgan White
3rd: Elli Abel

Cubs Division:
1st: Dylan Spradley
2nd: Jenna Wagner

Listen to Legacy Outfitters Founder Jeff Fritscher on The Outdoor Report on ESPN Radio 1660 AM on Thursday afternoons from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm Central Time. If you are not in the Central Texas area, click here to listen online.