(PRWEB) January 05, 2008
Ventura, CA (PRWEB) January 5, 2008 -- Fishing researcher, Dan Eggertsen, is filling the crappie fishing information void with a new website, http://www.askcrappiefishing.com .
Crappie is the third most popular species of freshwater fish to catch in North America. But fishing researcher Dan Eggertsen has discovered a void in the amount of information available to the casual crappie fishermen.
"There are a ton of bass fishing books on the market, but very little on crappie fishing. Crappie fishermen comprise a smaller group, compared to bass fishermen, but they are just as enthusiastic about bringing in the monsters," Eggersten said. "I've been waiting for someone to come out with a book on crappie fishing, but it hasn't happened. So I decided to take matters into my own hands."
"The goal of my new site is to whet the appetites of crappie fishermen throughout North America with free tips and techniques, along with a free email course."
Dan has assembled an all star cast of crappie fishermen on his site (http://www.askcrappiefishing.com) to field questions about crappie fishing, and provide tip-filled articles on the art of catching crappie.
In addition, he provides an email crappie fishing course to walk all levels of crappie fishermen through basic, intermediate, and advanced techniques.
"We've had a lot of great feedback on the quality of information we make available on the site, and will be expanding the topics to include advanced jigging tactics, trolling techniques, and crappie attraction methods."
Dan's site has expended to all new crappie fishing topics, and it can be found at: http://www.askcrappiefishing.com