RBFF adds new Web features

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New boating content was recently added to the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation's Take Me Fishing campaign Web site.

New features, including an interactive "Boat Explorer" tool, glossary, navigation and trip-planning resources, are now available on the site.

"Take Me Fishing is about capturing the excitement and the memories associated with boating and fishing and we want to inspire visitors to take action and help preserve the legacy of the sport for future generations," said Frank Peterson, RBFF president and CEO, in a statement.

Visitors to the site can:

Takemefishing.org has received 2.4 million unique visitors in the last year, up 129 percent from the same time last year and 243 percent from 2007, according to RBFF.

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