Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame unveils new web site

The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame (The Hall) in Hayward, Wisconsin recently unveiled their new web site. The Hall is the international headquarters for education, recognition and promotion of fresh water sportfishing.

While The Hall maintains a museum for the preservation and display of historical artifacts of fresh water sportfishing, they also have a program for the recognition of persons, organizations and institutions that have made significant and lasting contributions to the sport and heritage of fresh water fishing.

Many know The Hall for their program for qualifying, compiling and publishing all fresh water sportfishing records, but they also maintain a library that disseminates information and acts as the clearing house for historical and contemporary publications for the fresh water sportfishing industry.

When you visit The Hall’s new web site you will find the history of the institution and how it evolved into the renowned facility it is today. There are links to articles by anglers that have been inducted into The Hall of Fame as well as the ability to download current editions of The Splash for members. The Splash is the quarterly newsletter of The Hall.

Those wishing to become members of The Hall to take advantage of the benefits offered need only click the Become a Member link on the left of the home page to discover the rewards a membership offers. The new web site can be found at It’s worth a visit.

Source: GREAT LAKES BASIN REPORT (A Publication of the Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council)

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