The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase participation in recreational angling and boating. The foundation developed the Take Me Fishing campaign to create awareness around boating, fishing and conservation, and to educate people about the benefits of participation.

Anglers compete in 24-hour fishing marathon

Anglers from eight states and Canada took part Sept. 10-11 in the Recycled Fish 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon, presented by BoatU.S. Angler. “The 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon created a grassroots network of anglers from across North America talking about the issues facing their home waters,” said Teeg Stouffer, executive director of Recycled Fish, in a statement. “Anglers,…more

Armchair Anglers debuts new website

Armchair Anglers, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide fishing trips for the physically challenged on a fully accessible, stable catamaran boat, launched a new website. “Our goal, to provide a safe and comfortable day of fishing and to provide education and smart catch-and-release techniques promoting conservation of our most valuable resources to this…more

New TowBoatUS location opens in Massachusetts

Capt. Francis Santos, of Flyer’s Boat Shop on Provincetown Harbor in Massachusetts, has opened TowBoatUS Provincetown. Managing the on-the-water towing company is Santos’ son, Capt. Noah Santos, who is the third generation of the Santos family to work in the family’s businesses. “We have a short season, but a busy one,” said Noah Santos, who…more

Take Me Fishing grants awarded

The National Recreation and Park Association and the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation have announced the recipients of the 2010 Take Me Fishing grant initiative. This year, 70 agencies and organizations throughout the country received up to $5,000 for programs that will each serve a minimum of 2,000 youths by April 30, 2011. NRPA’s Take…more

Marinalife.com teams with Take Me Fishing campaign

Marinalife.com, a leading online concierge and trip-planning service for boaters, formed a new affiliate partnership with TakeMeFishing.org. “Marinalife really closes the loop with what the Take Me Fishing campaign provides – TakeMeFishing.org is a great information site and this partnership allows online visitors to complete their experience by using Marinalife.com tools to make reservations,” said…more

RBFF wins non-profit group honors

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation received multiple honors in the 2010 American Society of Association Executives’ Gold Circle Award competition. “In this year’s competition, RBFF won Gold Circle Awards in four different categories and an honorable mention in another,” said Gold Circle Award committee chairman and ASAE communication section council member Richard Belle, in…more

RBFF, Boy Scouts sign cooperative deal

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and the Boy Scouts of America signed a Memorandum of Mutual Support, agreeing to work collaboratively on initiatives that support one another’s mission. The RBFF and Boys Scouts will work to extend the reach of both organizations into new and existing markets, helping young men and women grow in…more

RBFF report details social media’s impact

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation released new research that it says helps define the impact of anglers and boaters in social media. The Social Media Audit, conducted by RBFF and Magnet 360, evaluated anglers and boaters in three market segments: new, casual and avid. Key findings include: Fishing and boating are very popular topics…more

RBFF: Anglers turn into boaters

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation, in a newly released study, found that nearly 10 million outdoor enthusiasts are considering boat ownership. The 2010 Special Report on Fishing and Boating, conducted by RBFF and The Outdoor Foundation, revealed that of the 48 million anglers in the United States, 41 million are participating in freshwater fishing,…more

RBFF campaign promotes conservation

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation is encouraging boaters and anglers to take part in conserving all U.S. aquatic resources through its public service announcement “Conservation through Participation.” “Boaters and anglers are a significant source of funding for waterways conservation and recreation in the United States,” RBFF president and CEO Frank Peterson said in a…more

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