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Thursday, 05 May 2011 01:14

Fish Itch: Save Scratch. Raise Cash

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You're familiar with Woot.com right?  The site with a single daily item, super-cheap, and when they sell out, they're out, until the next item the next day.  Now, imagine that for fishing gear or better yet kayak fishing gear.  This time items stay up for a whole week, and there's an extra-special gift in the end.

 

Created by the stewardship group Recycled Fish and online, environmentally friendly retailer Green Tackle have teamed together to create Fish Itch, and pass on some great savings.  Fish Itch will be offering subscirbers crazy deals on fishing tackle--to the tune of 50% off or more--each week. These deals will be limited quantities and for limited time, so you'll need to act fast. 

Each purchase made on FishItch.com will help raise funds for conservation and stewardship.  Fish Itch products and practices reflect the values of passionate anglers who are dedicated to preserving the legacy of fishing and the outdoors.  How cool is it that the lure you've been wanting might show up, half price, and, at the same time, you're giving to the future of fishing?

FishItch.com is planning its first item at the beginning of May.  Sign up now on the Fish Itch website and get notified each week when new items appear. 

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Isaac Miller

About the Author: Isaac Miller considers himself an "equal opportunity angler" and will fish anything that will take a hook. Isaac often makes live internet video broadcasts when fishing from his kayaks, giving up-to-the-second reports on conditions and tackle choices. He also blogs at www.isaac-online.com and is a YakAngler.com Pro Staffer as well as Co-Host for Kayak Fishing Radio's Wild West show, PR Director for Recycled Fish, and co-owner of Green Tackle.

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