Eleven Angling, a leader in international destination fishing trips and expeditions, has renewed its support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s conservation efforts as a Platinum Sponsor, increasing its support from the Gold Sponsor level.
“We are excited to continue our support of and elevate our commitment to Bonefish & Tarpon Trust,” said Cameron Davenport, Eleven Angling’s Global Angling Sales and Operations Manager. “The work that BTT does for bonefish, tarpon, and permit is critically important. By providing sound scientific research and supporting economic data, BTT enables communities, regions, and governments to advocate for and enact appropriate legislation. Eleven is proud to step from a Gold Partner to a Platinum Partner in support of BTT’s mission, which aligns with our mission as anglers to preserve our passion for generations to come.”
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.
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“We thank Eleven Angling for its generous support and commitment to marine conservation,” said BTT President and CEO Jim McDuffie. “Eleven is active in habitat restoration and conservation, the removal of marine debris and plastics, and support of science-based strategies benefitting the fisheries we love.”