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GreenFish, the first lifestyle fishing brand dedicated to promoting a lifestyle of sustainable fishing, recently launched a line of apparel for the freshwater, saltwater and fly fishing communities. GreenFish is a business with a philanthropic mission: increase awareness of sustainable fishing techniques among anglers and partner with multiple non-profits that are pro fishing and pro conservation to help them accomplish their goals.

 

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Founder Bryan Godber explains, “Fishing and conservation should go hand in hand. GreenFish is where they meet. Our goal is to build awareness and shift attitudes toward sustainable fishing through our brand and apparel and promote the sport for future generations to enjoy.”

kayak.t.grayThrough the “GreenFish Gives” program, each time a customer buys a GreenFish product – they get to select one of our non-profit partners and GreenFish donates a portion of that sale to our partner. This allows our customers to select where their money is going, and allows GreenFish to make annual contributions to their partners which helps them succeed with their missions of protecting our sport and our fisheries.  

The Good folks over at GreenFish have also given you YakAnglers a 15% off coupon good through 4/1/2011.  Just enter the promo code YAKANGLER wehn making your purchase to recieve your 15% off.

To learn more about GreenFish, their GreenFish Gives Program, their Ambassador team and their new line of Apparel – visit www.greenfishmovement.com.

 

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About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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