24 Hour Fish-A-Thon
This program has been discontinued, this page is here for archival purposes only.
We appreciate everyone's support and interest in participating in this great fund raising event. We had more teams and more participants that we had in the history of the 24 hour Fish-A-Thon. We reached more people, raised more money and had more impact on our waters…it was awesome.
The 24 hour Fish-A-Thon is not going away, we're simply looking at better ways to manage our programs so that we can do a few things really well instead of a lot of things so-so. We'll take a look at the 24 hour Fish-A-Thon for 2014, but in the meantime there are still ways that you can get involved with Recycled Fish and help us impact our fisheries.
Here's another program that you can get involved with and that is the One Million Stewards program. This is a low cost effective way to spread the stewardship ethic. 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.
All of us on the 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon Team want to say thank you for your interest in this year's event. We honor your passion, and we honor your desire to make a difference in your local waters. This organization is your organization, its here because of you, and others like you.
If you have any questions at all or would like to talk about other programs that you can help with, please don't hesitate to contact Ben Leal, Program Director.
See results from past 24 hour FishAThons:
The 2011 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon is in the books, and it broke records. You can read the 2011 FishAThon results. Learn more on the 2011 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon page. We also have a list of the 2011 FishAThon Teams with links to each FAT Team’s page.
Kevin Workman hoists a chunky Lake Amistad bass. He caught it during the trip of a lifetime with his brother Josh – they got to fish with PAA Pro Angler Kurt Dove in an expenses-paid trip that they won in the 2009 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon.