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Money Talks and…

From time to time, we talk about the value of the recreational fishing industry to the U.S. economy. This is going to be one of those times. Everyone seems to know about the old adage “Money talks and BS walks.” But what does that have to do with fisheries conservation? Well, I’m going to show you the money, and you can judge for yourself what the correlation is.

The American. Every time it puts out this information, it tries to do it in a fashion that will be of interest to readers and give the data some relationship to the average angler. The most recent release has done a great job of doing just that.

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