I realize that for many people, fishing can provide a sense of calm and togetherness and there's no reason why people have to spend a lot of money to simply enjoy something like fishing
Okeechobee, FL (PRWEB) April 12, 2009
In these tough economic times, people are finding that they have to sacrifice their hobbies and beloved past times in order to scrimp and save where they can. Fortunately for avid fishermen, they don't have to give up their baitcasting reels just yet.
The recently launched e-store, http://www.BobsFishingGear.com is a welcomed web venture, particularly for those who partake in the sport of fishing.
A retiree, entrepreneur, Bobby Cook, started the site as a way to help people get good deals on fishing tackle, fishing rods and other types of accessories and equipment.
"I realize that for many people, fishing can provide a sense of calm and togetherness and there's no reason why people have to spend a lot of money to simply enjoy something like fishing," Cook said.
Though the site itself is new, Cook has a remarkable catalog of varying fishing equipment - a catalog that definitely can put a sporting goods chain store to shame.
"People have different tastes it what will suit their needs when it comes to fishing, so we have as many different products as we can carry," he said.
Another unique feature of Cook's site is the blog (http://www.BobsFishingGearInfo.com) along with his web store.
The blog contains some personal fishing anecdotes and gives a bit of a local feel as Cook engages in some pretty imperative information about fishing in his native Okeechobee, FL area.
Cook's knowledge of fishing, along with his congenial customer service savvy, places him far ahead of any other sporting goods store or big box retailers.
"I'm able to answer questions that our customers have about our products and being familiar with the equipment, finding the information that they might need is something that I enjoy doing," Cook said.
About the Company:
BobsFishingGear.com is owned and operated by longtime fishing enthusiast, Bobby Cook.