Aurora, Nebraska (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
Outdoor enthusiasts Bonnie and Gary Eberhardt are pleased to debut their Internet storefront, http://www.HandHeldFishFinders.com. Adventurous outdoorsmen and women are invited to browse the new shop for incredible deals on name brand fishing essentials.
“We chose this line of business because we both have a passion for the outdoors,” said Bonnie. “Especially my husband Gary; he loves fishing.”
A top of the line fish finder can make a world of difference during a fishing expedition. At HandHeldFishFinders.com fishermen can browse through a vast array of reputable fish finders from the likes of Furuno, Garmin, and Humminbird. Hone in on the catch of the day with popular models, including the Humminbird 550, the Furuno LS6000 LCD Sounder, and the Garmin Echo 200. Digital depth instruments and tracking devices from Raymarine are available, too.
“Once you have one of these amazing fish finders on your boat you will be able to have a constant supply of fish coming in – guaranteed,” said Bonnie.
Abu Garcia reels, C.E. Smith fish cooler bags, and FirstWatch life vests are among the fishing necessities featured on HandHeldFishFinders.com at discount prices. For those patrons who combine fishing trips with camping adventures, the virtual outdoor goods shop carries a full line of flashlights, Coleman tents, and portable stoves.
Customer service is of the utmost importance at HandHeldFishFinders.com. Each piece of outdoor equipment is inspected for quality, durability and affordability. Orders are processed securely and shipped promptly. Feedback is always welcome and responded to personally by Bonnie and Gary.
In addition to keeping the shop fully stocked, Bonnie frequently posts to the site’s new blog, http://www.HandHeldFishFindersBlog.com. In-depth product descriptions are woven into amusing anecdotes that give readers a glimpse into the lives of the Eberhardts.
About the Company:
HandHeldFishFinders.com – a division of Henks and Zoon LLC – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneurs Bonnie and Gary Eberhardt.