Do you love big bluegill?
How the heck do you recycle a fish??? Catch a monster 11'' bluegill, take a picture, and let that beast go for another angler to catch it again and enjoy that experience!
Recycled Fish ( http://www.recycledfish.org/ ) is the national non-profit organization of "anglers living a Lifestyle of Stewardship both on and off the water, because Our Lifestyle Runs Downstream."
But it's not about just catch and release, it's selective harvest, lead free tackle when you can, barbless hooks, recycling trash that can be recycled, picking up trash while out fishing, and so much more!
Down at the Bassmaster Classic, we launched the 1 Million Stewards program. We've created Stewardship Kits that are a shoreline cleanup bag and a booklet that engage and empower anglers to be stewards of their waters both when we are fishing and through everyday living. Soon, anyone who buys one of these kits, will be entered into drawings for some cool prizes too!
And that's where your two minutes comes in, Recycled Fish is in position for a grant via the Boat U.S. foundation, and who receives this grant is decided by you! All you have to do, is follow this link and vote for Recycled Fish. http://promoshq.wildfireapp.com/website/6/contests/197823/voteable_...
If you really want to help, share the link with everyone you know, facebook, twitter etc... that'd be HUGE.
It really takes less than a minute, but that minute could be HUGE for Recycled Fish, it would help fund the next couple of thousand kits, that's thousands of reusable trash bags in the hands of anglers while out on the water. We are talking TONS of trash removed from out aquatic resources.
If Recycled Fish ends up receiving this grant, I'll get ten of the Stewardship Kits into Bruce's hands to distribute to Big Bluegill members as he see's fit, maybe to someone who posts a picture of a beast bluegill being release???
To all those who took the time to vote, I thank you Recycled Fish thanks you, and the fish thank you!