Hoyt thought it was a good idea and forwarded it along to us, and I’m passing it along to you. In fact, Hoyt added that he leaves copies of the magazine in doctors and dentists offices, too.
These days in our high tech society, lots of folks spend time text messaging on their cell phones, sharing their thoughts via MySpace or Facebook pages (or is that MyFace and Spacebook?), tweeting away on Twitter or, er, blogging on Web pages. But going old school and simply passing on copies of the magazine to folks that wouldn’t ordinarily have access to it — as well as the insight about commercial fishing contained within it — is a great idea, too. Any ideas that raise commercial fishing’s profile in the eyes of the general public are good ones. NF Nation, keep them coming!