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Give the gift of fishing

What better gift can you give this holiday season then the gift of fishing?

If you are in need of a stocking stuffer idea, download the Anglers’ Legacy Fishing Trip Coupon.

If you aren’t familiar, Anglers’ Legacy is a mission of the national Take Me Fishing™ campaign which asks avid anglers to introduce someone new to fishing.

When you sign up to “Take the Pledge” (don’t worry, it’s free), you can look forward to special privileges, including discounts, competitions to win prizes and a unique e-newsletter – Anglers’ Legacy Quarterly. It features information about boating and fishing hotspots across the country and special promotions. These stories and tips are sure to improve your time on the water!

It’s so much more than a simple fishing trip.
It’s a memory-making “green” gift that will pass on the legacy of the sport to new generations.

You know, every time you fish or take someone new fishing, you’re helping to restore and protect the waters in which you boat and fish. How? The purchase of fishing equipment and motor boat fuel supports restoration, preservation and conservation.

So it’s a gift that generously provides for the anglers and boaters in your life, but also benefits the fish and their habitats.

If you have friends that would like to share the sport of fishing and boating with others, have them “Take the Pledge” and send out the Fishing Trip Coupon too!

Wishing you all a healthy and prosperous 2011!

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Stephanie Vatalaro

Stephanie Vatalaro

Stephanie Vatalaro is vice president of communications for the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and its Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar campaigns where she works to recruit newcomers to recreational fishing and boating and increase awareness of aquatic conservation. Stephanie grew up in the Florida Keys as the daughter of a flats fishing guide. Outside of work, you can find her fishing and boating with her family on the Potomac River in the Northern Neck of Virginia.