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Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures Renews Support of BTT as a Bronze Sponsor

Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures, a leading flyfishing travel agency, based in Bozeman, Montana, has renewed its support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s conservation efforts as a Bronze Corporate Sponsor.

“We’re thrilled to continue our support of BTT, and recognize the important work that the Trust is doing in so many places that matter to anglers and to the sport of flyfishing,” said Jim Klug, Yellow Dog’s founder and Director of Operations. “Yellow Dog is committed to supporting organizations and projects that help give a voice to the fisheries and species that we all depend on.”

For two decades, Yellow Dog has arranged flyfishing excursions and vacation packages for anglers across the globe. As it celebrates its twentieth anniversary in 2020, the company now books an impressive 225 destinations in 28 countries. From couples trips and family vacations to adventure-packed experiences for expert anglers, Yellow Dog’s mission is to provide its clients with the trip of a lifetime.

“Supporting and most importantly learning from BTT over the past decade has enabled me to convey important conservation information to hundreds of guides throughout the world,” said Ian Davis, Yellow Dog’s co-owner and Saltwater Program Director.

Known for its team of knowledgeable staff, Yellow Dog handles all aspects of the travel logistics and fishing trips for each package it offers. Its in-depth travel services are always free, with no hidden fees or additional costs. Yellow Dog prides itself on only recommending and booking fishing destinations its staff have experienced firsthand, from the Rocky Mountains to the Seychelles.

“We appreciate Yellow Dog’s continuing support of our mission,” said Jim McDuffie, BTT’s President and CEO. “With its extensive knowledge of flats fishing in Florida and across the Caribbean, Yellow Dog is aware of the growing threats to bonefish, tarpon, permit, and their habitats. We look forward to working with Yellow Dog to conserve the flats fishery for generations of anglers to come.”


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