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Professional Angler Rely on Conservation

January 16, 2015

As a professional angler and guide, if I don’t have clean water and great habitat, I won’t have good fishing.

I recently spent a great weekend in frozen Minneapolis where once a year, the nation’s top sticks in fishing can be found at the National Professional Anglers Association annual conference.

This year’s theme was “Professional and Proactive,” in light of the many conservation issues threatening our livelihood today. It is paramount that the influencers of the fishing industry become further educated and lead the way in our conservation movement to ensure clean and abundant waters for future generations.






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