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Catch some fun at Angler Appreciation Night

Fishing enthusiasts and friends will enjoy a night of food, fishing talks and free prizes at Angler Appreciation Night, hosted by Recycled Fish and the Islamorada Fish Company, the restaurant at Bass Pro Shops.
On July 31, 2009 - By Angelisa Belden

The free event from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, August 7, celebrates responsible fishing practices and helps anglers catch more-and bigger- fish through fun and expert education.

Visitors will enjoy wine tastings offered by Redwood Creek winery, a beer tasting with a selection of brews, fishing gear giveaways and a cooking demonstration featuring quality fish by Islamorada Fish Company chef John Schow.

Fishing experts, including Bass Pro Shops pro Mike Langford and pro angler Rick Riley, will cover everything from fly fishing to bass in a panel discussion. Guests will also have their chance to win door prizes given out throughout the evening.

A silent auction loaded with good stuff from Frabill, Hill’s Discount Flies, The Clean Environment Company, Therm-A-Rest, New Pro Products, Bioline, Family Fish & Game will raise money to benefit Recycled Fish.

See what the event is about by viewing a video of a past event, a Fall Evening with Recycled Fish.  The fun continues in 2009 with the series of Angler Appreciation nights, planned through December at Islamorada Fish Company.

Recycled Fish, an Omaha-based non-profit, is an organization made up of anglers committed to living a lifestyle of stewardship both on and off the water, because our lifestyle runs downstream. Through education and events, including the nationwide 24-Hour Fish-A-Thon, Stewardship Tips or fishing tournaments, get involved by taking the Stewardship Pledge at RecycledFish.org

For more details, contact Recycled Fish Executive Director Teeg Stouffer.

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Teeg Stouffer


Executive Director

tel: 712-256-4907

fax: 206-260-8984

About Recycled Fish
“Recycled Fish” is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that started out talking about Catch and Release, but it’s bigger than that now. We’re a national movement of anglers who live and promote a lifestyle of stewardship both on and off the water. If we want more and bigger fish in our waters, now and for our kids, the choices we make every day matter because our lifestyle runs downstream.

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