Coupon site for anglers debuts Friday

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Fishing and boating can be expensive, which is why the owners of ReelFishDeals.com created a site dedicated to boaters, anglers, fishermen and those with a love for the water.

Each day, one “Reel Steal,” featuring the latest products, services, equipment and travel packages, will be available at the website. Fans of ReelFishDeals.com can choose to subscribe to the e-mail list or visit the site daily without signing up for e-mails.

“A lot of the top-performing bait and tackle are made by people just like us: hardworking people who want to share their success with others, but don’t necessarily have the means for more traditional advertising,” site president and co-founder Nicole Cairo said in a statement.

The site is due to launch its first “Reel Steal” on Friday.

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