As far as info goes, what's on fisheaters that can't be put on this site? I'll help. We don't need to re-create the wheel...
I don't even know what kind of volume of information we're talking about. I'm probably the wrong one to ask, because -- through no virtue of my own, I simply never needed online Trad Catholic resources to re-educate, re-discover, or bolster knowledge of the Catholic Faith. I was born into it. It was all God's grace, but it doesn't change the fact I never panted after the fabled Fisheaters "main site" resources as the hart panteth after the fountains of water.
So I couldn't tell you how many pages, what they are about, and how many were personally written/edited by Tracy herself. She might have spent some considerable time on it; I don't know. Others could probably give better details than I.
I would point out that taking content SHE wrote and posting it on your own site would basically be stealing. I wouldn't advise that. But famous prayers, Church docuмents, papal quotes, etc. could be copy-pasted, as those weren't created by her. You would just have to replace ANY and ALL commentary with your own.
BUT AGAIN: if Tracy could do it, then MANY OTHER PEOPLE COULD AS WELL. She wasn't particularly well-trained in the Faith, at least compared to many Trads, when she wrote them. She has no formal theology/philosophy training, no seminary training, etc. If it just requires a housewife with lots of free time, aren't there any others like that? Is Tracy the only one in all of traddiedom? Really?
Of course I'll tell you this: the static "information" pages of Fisheaters.com, besides being on Tracy's PC, are also in Archive.org (the WayBack machine) so those are almost certainly safe. It's the forum that can't be archived by an archiver -- it's not just plain text pages. Archive.org, or any web crawler, can't just download and back up your whole MySQL database :)