Armchair Anglers debuts new website

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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 overlooked segment of the disabled community, is unique," founder and executive director Jim Hargaden said in a statement.

"Our fundraising efforts have begun in earnest and we will be working on gathering sufficient funds for the construction and rigging of this exciting venture with your help," he added.

Click here for the new site or to donate to the group.

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