Kick Plastic
Kick Plastic

Kick Plastic

Americans may be recycling more than ever before, but we’re also making more trash than ever before. So even though we’re getting better, our oceans continue to get worse - strangled by plastic bottles, bags and other trash. As fishermen, we’re in a unique position to do something about it. The oceans are our backyard, our playground, and you can bet we’ll be there to keep an eye on them.

Recycle and Reuse

Stop using plastic bottles

A reusable bottle is better for the environment, more cost efficient and keeps your drink colder longer.

Say goodbye to grocery bags

Plastic grocery bags can be replaced with reusable ones. Yes, even produce bags.

Buying in bulk makes a big impact

Sometimes we don't notice the amount of packaging that comes with each product, but it adds up pretty fast.

Take plastic out of takeout

Decline bags and utensils when ordering takeout. You can even ask restaurants to pack food in your own containers.

Reel in old line

Change your fishing line routinely to keep old, stretched line out of our oceans where it can harm sea life. To learn more about monofilament recycling, visit


By helping to spread the word and reducing our reliance on disposable packaging, we can man the front lines in this fight against ocean trash and help kick our plastic habit.