SHERMAN OAKS, CALIFORNIA – Fishhound – the Web’s most comprehensive collection of up-to-date fishing reports collected straight from guides, shops and outfitters – proudly announces a new partnership with Recycled Fish, the non-profit organization of ‘anglers living a lifestyle of stewardship both on and off the water, because our lifestyle runs downstream.’
Fishhound and Recycled Fish will team up to promote responsible environmental stewardship within the angling community both on and off the water. Recycled Fish will contribute content with a conservation theme to the Fishhound site, which garners tens of thousands of unique hits each month. Recycled Fish will also help shape Fishhound’s stewardship ethic.
“Our platform gives us an avenue to both inform and educate anglers in ways that other organizations can’t,” said Rick Patri, Vice President, Operations for Fishhound. “Recycled Fish has a very powerful message about strengthening stewardship within the angling community, and we’re in a position to help disseminate that information.”
Fishhound is a comprehensive collection of local, real-time fishing reports from professional, on-the-water anglers. It provides the most accurate and up-to-date information available anywhere. The partnership with Recycled Fish provides Fishhound with a partner that adds valuable educational and topical information about the biggest conservation issues facing anglers today. Fishhound staff members and pros will also contribute to the “The Fish Schtick” podcast. The Schtick is a free weekly show that covers the stories and unique personalities found across the world of fishing. It’s available on iTunes and at www.thefishschtick.com.
“We look forward to working with Recycled Fish as Fishhound’s conservation messaging evolves,” Patri said. “Their message includes S.A.F.E. Angling, which is "Sustaining Angling, Fish and Ecosystems,” and that perfectly captures how we feel about the relationship anglers need to have with our natural resources.”
Teeg Stouffer, founder and executive director of Recycled Fish said he’s excited about the possibilities the partnership with Fishhound presents.
“Anglers are a huge group – over 40 million in America. Fishhound has a big voice among people who fish - people who are connected to our waters in the way that most people are not. By ushering in a culture of being more than sportsmen, but being stewards of our waters – we can expect more and bigger fish now and a legacy of healthy waters for our grandkids.”
Fishhound.com is an online site providing the most accurate and actionable fishing reports to anglers across the country to give them exactly what they want – the perfect fishing day. Fishhound’s comprehensive collection of local, real-time fishing reports from professional, on-the-water anglers provides the most accurate and up-to-date information available anywhere. The game-changing Fishhound pro staff is a growing association of trusted guides, fly shop owners and lodges who are dedicated to collecting the information that makes Fishhound unlike another fishing website. For more information, or to see how this fishing is in your area, check out www.fishhound.com
About Recycled Fish
Based in Nebraska City, Nebraska, Recycled Fish is the national non-profit organization of anglers living a lifestyle of stewardship both on and off the water, because our lifestyle runs downstream. We Are Stewards. Learn more and take the Sportsman’s Stewardship Pledge at www.RecycledFish.org.