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Lifestyle of Stewardship, S.A.F.E. Angling

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 started out talking about Catch and Release, but it’s bigger than that now. If we want to catch more and bigger fish today and leave healthy waters for our grandkids, it takes living a Lifestyle of Stewardship both on and off the water.

On the water, we promote the S.A.F.E. Angling concept – "Sustaining Angling, Fish and Ecosystems". It’s the practices and products we can use to live as stewards when we’re on the water. It’s non-toxic and biodegradable tackle, single barbless hooks, and it’s cleaning up trash when we find it. It's not just Catch and Release, Selective Harvest is part of living as a steward on the water, too. "Limit Your Catch – Don’t Catch Your Limit!"

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Recycled Fish On Ice Tour 2014
Recycled Fish 'On Ice' Tour 2014

The Recycled Fish 'On Ice' Tour makes a big difference for waters across the ice belt. We've helped bring the catch and release ethic to ice fishing. We've handed out thousands of bags that have accounted for thousands of gallons of trash removed from the ice. Learn more about why and how you can help Support the Cause.

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Six Risks Facing Fishing
Six Risks Facing Fishing

Check out our Six Risks Facing Fishing page to learn more about some very important issues.

We have to take care of our resources by becoming Stewards and learn to share our by taking a friend, better yet, take a kid fishing.

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Order Kits & Tell Your StoryDonate now to Recycled Fish - Support the Cause

At Recycled Fish, We Are Stewards. You can Sponsor or Buy Stewardship Kits for $2 (plus shipping) to get a shoreline cleanup bag, a booklet on stewardship, a Recycled Fish decal and other goodies.

Don't forget to tell us your Stewardship Story to be on our Wall of Stewards and get the chance to win prizes.

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