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Project: Tight lines and easy release

Website progress

Our diligent research of proper ways to release sharks, rays and other fish is almost complete. In many cases, sharks and rays are caught by accident. There is a fear factor involved when this happens, especially for inexperienced anglers. This puts sharks and rays at higher risk when it comes to proper release.

There isn’t really a consolidated website that covers why to release and how. We’re excited about making a difference with this website. It’s almost ready to send to the webmaster. Will keep you posted!

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Florida, USA

Tight lines and easy release

Betty works with recreational anglers in Florida who accidentally hook sharks and rays while fishing for dinner. She teaches them the best ways to release these animals without harming them.

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Project: Tight lines and easy release

New Shark Release Video added

We just added a short. but to the point, video on how to release a small shark so it can swim away safely. It is shared on our website www.save-fish.com plus the facebook page www.facebook.com/releasefish.

Project: Tight lines and easy release

Getting the word out on how to release sharks, rays and other fish

We're rolling out the social media on how to release sharks, rays and other fish anglers don't intend to keep. Sharks and rays, especially, are fish anglers need to know how to properly release. These fish present quite a challenge…

Project: Tight lines and easy release

New Website is live! www.save-fish.com

The Shark, Ray and Fish Release Awareness Campaign website is now live! www.save-fish.com is a one-stop shop of why and how to release fish. A magnificent collaboration of government and conservation orgs as well as anglers. There are still a…