Such an industry-wide commitment to conservation is admirable. It’s also a classic example of doing well by doing good, for as I noted in a blog that I wrote eighteen months ago, if you want to have a fishing industry, it helps to have fish.
By funding conservation projects, AFFTA is helping to assure that future generations of anglers will get the opportunity to enjoy some of the pleasures that we already know, while at the same time assuring that their businesses also survive. For if the fish disappear, the fishermen will disappear shortly thereafter.
LINK (via: One Angler’s Voyage)