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Eleven Angling Renews Support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust as a Gold Sponsor

Eleven Angling, a leader in international destination fishing trips and expeditions, has renewed its support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s conservation efforts as a Gold Corporate Sponsor.

“We are proud to renew our continued support of BTT’s efforts to protect bonefish, tarpon, and permit, as well as the environments in which they reside,” said Zeke Sieglaff, Eleven Saltwater Angling Sales Manager. “If these fisheries collapse, we would be facing a loss too large to fathom. Through BTT’s commitment to preserve and protect these species and work to ensure clean water in which they swim, we feel confident that the future looks bright.”

Eleven Angling designs custom-made fishing experiences that take anglers from fabled flats in the Bahamas and Florida to redfish-filled marshes in Louisiana, to glacier-carved river valleys in Iceland and Chile, to pristine streams and lakes in Colorado. In each destination, world-class food and lodging are combined with guided fishing for guests of all ages and skill levels. The Eleven Angling guide team is the core of every Eleven Experience. This international group of highly accomplished anglers and captains tailors the adventure to provide anglers with an unforgettable experience.

Among its many offerings, Eleven Angling operates its Outpost Mothership in the Florida Everglades, allowing tarpon and snook anglers to become fully immersed in one of the world’s most incredible ecosystems and fisheries. Eleven Angling also guides anglers in the Marquesas, a pristine saltwater fly-fishing paradise that attracts anglers from around the world to come to pursue the Big Three: tarpon, permit and bonefish.

“We appreciate Eleven Angling’s continued support of our conservation mission,” said Jim McDuffie, BTT’s President and CEO. “We look forward to what we will accomplish together to ensure tarpon, bonefish and permit fisheries remain healthy and intact for generation of flats anglers to come.”