WFN: World Fishing Network, the leading entertainment destination and digital resource for anglers throughout North America, has partnered with, the world’s first real-time fishing guide booking system.

Utilizing’s proprietary booking technology, visitors to can now quickly research, compare and book a fishing guide in a matter of minutes.

“As we continue to refine the online fishing experience at, we’re always looking for ways to deliver more value and convenience to anglers. Partnering with gives our users the opportunity to go from the research stage to final booking on one site and helps them make a well-informed decision about their investment in guided trips,” said Sean Luxton, Senior Vice President of Digital and Content Distribution for WFN. “As this partnership evolves, together we’ll add more guiding content, a guide’s community and begin to profile experts in the charter industry, sharing the insights only a great captain or guide has with the entire WFN community.”, the world’s first real-time fishing reservation network, is a one-stop-shop for charter and guided fishing trips in almost every fishing destination in the continental United States, Mexico, Canada, Brazil, South Africa, Belize and more. Through this partnership, visitors can Compare fishing guides by pricing, specialties, ratings and more from around the world using a calendar and instantly see who’s available on the dates they want to fish; then Reserve a fishing trip in minutes, eliminating the need for phone calls and back-and-forth emails, enabling anglers to minimize hassles and just Fish. founder and CEO Craig Pettigrew is ecstatic about the partnership, saying: “When we went looking for partners to integrate our bookings technology with, we were pretty particular about what we were looking for. WFN has everything we wanted and more. Their dedication to the technology aspect of the industry as well as their incredible market reach makes this an awesome deal for not only us, but also for the WFN viewers and visitors that will now have unprecedented access to unbelievable fishing opportunities all around the globe.” technology will be available to visitors in the coming weeks.

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