Recycled Fish is the national non-profit organization of "anglers living a Lifestyle of Stewardship both on and off the water, because Our Lifestyle Runs Downstream."
Rob Lever is living the dream. He is a fishing enthusiast with a passion for finesse fishing. His many days on the water have paid off with local tournament success and time in the B.A.S.S open series as a co-angler. When not on the water, Rob works in the IT field and has been able to use his skills to become the Web administrator for The Bass University. During his time at BU, Rob has been able to gain valuable experience in the fishing industry.
Sharing his passion of fishing has also become a focal point in Rob’s life. “We Love to Fish” is an organization that gives adults with disabilities a day on the water. “We Love to Fish” has become his Labor of love. Using his countless hours on the water, his work at BU and his time at “We Love to Fish”, Rob is able to share his experiences in his writing.
Rob also loves to spend time with his wife and daughter. The Lever family loves to spend time together enjoying the zoo, watching New England sports, and exploring different fairs and carnivals thought-out the summer. Rob hopes to share his stories of fishing, his work in the industry, and fun times with his family with readers of his blog. You can contact Rob at email@example.com.
Ronnie Kovach is one of the foremost outdoor personalities in the nation – a self-made entrepreneur and independent businessman who's also a best-selling author of five books, a longtime radio host on Angels Baseball Radio Network and TV host on FOX Sports West.
Bill Lindner is a nationally renowned outdoor photographer who specializes in both fresh- and saltwater fishing, as well as hunting and food preparations. His unique underwater and dramatic-action images have been widely published in catalogs, magazines, books, postcards, calendars, on television and in videos.
Bad Poncho Outdoors was started in October of 2010 by Robert Taylor III and his father. Both avid sportsman, the duo writes about their experiences and opinions of products and how they use them.
Texan Jason Bryant has written about fresh and saltwater fishing for more than a decade. When he's not chasing redfish in his poling skiff, you'll find him dodging pirates and looking for mean Mexico largemouths at Lake Falcon.
Ron Lindner is a living pioneer. A book author, magazine publisher, TV producer, tackle designer, industry analyst and radio host, Ron and brother Al founded the In-Fisherman Network. Ron still fishes close to 200 days a year and co-owns and operates Lindner's Angling Edge.