(PRWEB) April 24, 2012
The fishing forums are a great new addition to this fishing website and add a degree of functionality that is one of the most state of the art available among online fishing websites. As with any new fishing forums, the first members to ‘kick-start’ the community are critical and are beginning to appear. As president Garry Cooper, or Capt. Garry he prefers, states “We can’t offer a lively fishing forum on day one, but what we can offer is the most modern platform with phone capabilities, social network features, and many features not found in the fishing forums marketplace so we can quickly grow to that vibrant community we want to be”. Capt. Garry invites all those in the fishing world to come and take a look and participate in our community. As he further states, “We all must start at the starting blocks and we have faith that the fishing community will visit, participate, and help us grow our site. Why not come aboard Fishnfools.com, its free and fun?”.
The site is much more than simply a fishing forums site. It has photo galleries, articles, allows members to write their own blogs, has a product reviews section, and has “friending” and “liking” much like those features found on Facebook, but is clearly more usable and focused on the fishing community.
This fishing website is free to join and is ad-revenue based, easy to navigate, laid out nicely, and has highly developed search functions to allow the user to find any content on the site.
As part of its fishing forums and site launch campaign, Fishnfools.com is also offering a $10,000 random drawing for its first 30,000 members and plans online “Fantasy Fishing Tournaments” once that mark is reached. Currently, Fishnfools.com has members from virtually every state, Canada, and Mexico and its membership is growing daily. It is a site that is worth a look and is designed for you fishermen and women to share your knowledge, fishing reports and information, and to show of those big fish! You will probably find it a friendly and enjoyable community.