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SEATTLE, Wash. – Believing that a Web site should be more than just a business portal, Deneki Outdoors owner Andrew Bennett has revamped www.deneki.com and made it a must-visit to anybody interested in fly-fishing.
The new web site is home to both to one of the liveliest blogs in fly-fishing and a helpful site for anglers looking to book premier guided fishing experiences to one of Deneki’s four world-class lodges. The Deneki Blog, updated by Bennett daily (and with occasional guest posts), is a place to pick up tips and tactics from professional guides, see the latest gear field-tested and reviewed and learn about other aspects of fly-fishing – like how to make a shore lunch or take better on-the-water photographs.
“The new site is designed for both our daily blog readers and for people booking a trip with us,” said Bennett. “Even if you’re yet to be a Deneki client, you’ll find lively reads and videos about fly-fishing on the Web site.”
Deneki Outdoors operates four lodges designed for anglers looking for the best fishing experiences in remote destinations with fabulous fisheries. Their main quarry includes trophy salmon and rainbow trout in Alaska, steelhead in British Columbia, trout in Chile and the reel-smoking bonefish of South Andros Island in the Bahamas. Bennett gave away two trips – one to Alaska and one to South Andros – through Web site promotions in 2009.
The re-designed site also makes it simpler for travelers to book a stay at one Deneki’s four lodges, providing easy-to-find information about the lodges and fishing operations as well weekly fishing reports and stunning photos.
“There are two ways to visit Deneki now,” said Bennett. “Book a trip and come fish with us, or log into the Web site and become a part of the conversation.”
Media contact for Deneki Outdoors is Matt Crawford, at Pale Morning Media in Waitsfield, VT. For more information, please contact him at (802) 583-6069 or at email@example.com