Bryan Fluech, a Florida Sea Grant Agent, affixes a fishing line  recycling bin to a post before installing it at the Collier Boulevard Boating Park near Marco Island Thursday July 13, 2006.  Collier County and its University of Extension Office are launching a new Monofilament Recycling program,  that will provide the bins at all of Collier County's public boat launch sites to improve angler responsibility and potentially save numerous species of sea life that are killed by improperly discarded fishing line. Garrett Hubbard/staff

Bryan Fluech, a Florida Sea Grant Agent, affixes a fishing line recycling bin to a post before installing it at the Collier Boulevard Boating Park near Marco Island Thursday July 13, 2006. Collier County and its University of Extension Office are launching a new Monofilament Recycling program, that will provide the bins at all of Collier County's public boat launch sites to improve angler responsibility and potentially save numerous species of sea life that are killed by improperly discarded fishing line. Garrett Hubbard/staff

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