Ventura, CA (PRWEB) October 2, 2007
While one of least popular freshwater species to catch, Walleye fishing is a niche that has been largely ignored on the Internet. Catfish, Crappie, and Bass are far more popular in terms of number of fishermen out there. On the other hand, Walleye Fishermen are some of the most rabid of all.
Fishing researcher, Dan Eggertsen, has decided to give Walleye Fishermen the attention they deserve with his new website Ask Walleye Fishing.
Dan, and his panel of Walleye Fishing experts are fielding questions from Walleye Fishermen throughout North America in hopes of bringing more exposure to the hobby, and also to satisfy the knowledge gap that exists between beginners and experts.
There is no cost to ask a question on the site, and when asked why, Dan responded, "I don't believe fishermen should be charged to have their questions answered by experts. There are a lot of free fishing forums on the Internet where guys are having their questions answered daily. The problem is, you don't know who the information is coming from, and what location of the country the guy lives in. There is a disconnect between question asker and answerer on fishing forums - in most cases. I just wanted to provide a free service where Walleye fishermen know they are getting their specific questions answered by the best. My ultimate goal is for the site to be known as the best resource for Walleye Fishing information in North America."
There are 3 experts fielding the questions now, and Dan plans to expand this to 10 experts as the site gets more exposure.
You can visit Dan's site at: