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    Lurking In the Weeds … Trashellunge

    Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

    Our friend Bruce Condello of BigBluegill.com (you’ve also seen him in In-Fisherman and Pond Boss) is inspiring anglers in Nebraska – and everywhere – to pursue a dangerous new species, and we think it is a worthy quest. Once captured, the Trashellunge is one we never release!


    Stewards In Action – Cub Scout Pack 226

    Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

    Spring . . . always a sign of new life. Flowers bloom, trees sprout and buds form. Anglers get boats, rods, reels and tackle ready for the upcoming season and new adventures that lie ahead.  Also, kids get spring fever. They are distracted by warm sunny days, visions of baseball, hotdogs, and time spent outside. The young men […]


    24 Hour Fish-A-Thon / Team FishFeeders project moves forward

    Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

    This year 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon teams are creating partnerships and working with local angling clubs and Department of Natural Resources personnel to help fund a project that is either under way or being planned. Teams will have the opportunity to designate fifty percent of the funds raised to that project. Team FishFeeders partnered with the […]


    Why we do what we do

    Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

    When you support Recycled Fish, you’re not paying for elaborate facilities. Not financing a bunch of extravagant six-figure executive salaries or lavish travel budgets. None of that. You’re making sure that the grassroots work of shifting people from a mindset of consumption moves to a mindset of stewardship. And you’re helping us do it in a way […]


    Recycled Fish Earns BoatU.S. Funding

    Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

    Recycled Fish Earns Highly Competitive Grant Funding BoatU.S. Foundation Grant to Promote Safe and Clean Boating funds One Million Stewards Campaign Recycled Fish, the non-profit organization of anglers living a “lifestyle of stewardship both on and off the water,” has received a Grassroots Grant from the BoatU.S. Foundation for Boating Safety & Clean Water. The […]


    McKarns Lake – OH – Dennis Biddle

    Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

    Steward In Action’s story: When ever I am out fishing I am always picking up line and trash. I have probably picked up over a mile of discarded line and I have collected 3 55 gallons trash bags of trash. I always catch and release. Result: 165 gallons of trash picked up


    Canals West Miami-Dade County – FL – Charles Cummins

    Friday, March 16th, 2012

    Steward In Action’s story: It’s not much but I bought a box of heavy duty trash bags and put them in my truck. Whenever I am done fishing I take about 15 minutes and pick up trash that people have left. I use two bags; one for throw away trash and the other for things […]


    Quaddick Lake – CT – Alf Anderson II

    Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

    Steward In Action’s story: Last Aug while on vacation at a cottage on Quaddick Lake in E.Putnam I spent the week fishing this large body of water. 3 different times I hooked on to some discarded fishing line which I took out of the lake. 1 time it was so long it took me almost […]


    Stewards In Action – Your Story

    Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

    Tell us your story – what have you done to help our waters? Share your shoreline clean-up, or anything else you are doing to benefit your local lake, stream or beach. Once your story is live to the site you can share it with others to inspire them to care for our waters, too. Finally, […]