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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2022 > Highlighting Black Anglers: Jeanine Blair
This February for Black History Month, we will be highlighting different stories from anglers around the country that are making a difference for the sport and impacting their communities.
Jeanine Blair is committed to passing on the tradition of fishing to her five daughters and countless other women in her organization, Fishanistas. She shares the power fishing has on one’s mind, body, spirit and the planet. Listen to her story.
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