Chico, California (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
Perhaps the popularity of the fishing blogs on Fishnfools.com stems from the wide range of topics discussed in these fishing articles, such as "how to use a sturgeon snare", or "how to frog gig", or from the obviously fun and humorous approach the writer presents the information with. There is almost always some interesting tidbit in each article to cause a grin. Another inviting and unique feature offered by Fishnfools.com in their fishing blogs is the open invitation for any member to write their very own fishing articles within this fishing blog site to share their fishing tips and fishing stories. Unlike many fishing blogs that limit the reader’s participation to comments, the fishing blogs on Fishnfools.com are wide open and inviting to all. Membership to Fishnfools.com is required, but it is free and takes very little time or effort to join.
A quick Google search of such terms as “how to use a sturgeon snare” or “fishing for striped bass with cut bait” will yield as a top result one of the typical informative fishing blog articles found on Fishnfools.com as an example. The blog articles, unlike most fishing blogs, are conveniently linked together with other similar articles within the fishing blog site, making on-site navigation a convenient and helpful.
For those who have always wanted to write fishing articles of their own, or start a fishing blog, Fishnfools.com has integrated an easy design into thier site for doing so with next to no effort, expense, or hassle. There is also a well written article on how to start a fishing blog avialable in this fishing blog site for those who want to give it a try.
Fishnfools.com is a true niche social network that has the fishing community’s interests at its core and seems to be well designed with that goal in mind. As CEO Garry Cooper puts it, “Our slogan is ‘the biggest little fishing site on the net’ and we intend to be much more focused, inclusive, and intimate of a site for the fishing world than a ‘catch-all’ site like Facebook. We have features they don’t have for our fishing community and probably never will.”
With these welcoming and informative blogs, the fishing forums, the picture database, and the focus on the fishing community, Fishnfools.com may very well have the recipe for success and is a company to keep your eye on in the future. CEO Cooper, or “Capt. Cooper” he prefers, encourages the fishing community to come take a look at http://www.fishnfools.com and he wants to remind the fishermen and women out there of the $10,000 drawing Fishnfools.com is offering to its first 30,000 members.