Sure maybe you’ve had the idea, but you’d have to be an idiot to attempt it. Yet surprisingly after writing that I googled to find a newspaper clipping and instead I found a bunch of videos on YouTube. Even more stupidity after the break!
FishFeed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is a mobile social network for fishermen. Think of it like instagram but pretty much every picture has a fish in it! Share your fishing photos with other anglers that share your passion and maybe even meet new anglers in your area. With FishFeed you can easily upload photos with optional geolocation data, follow friends and other FishFeed anglers, like posts or comment on photos, and do it all without having to skim through pages of stupid cat pictures! You can even search specific locations to see what people in your area are catching.
Right now they’re also running a FishFeed Photo Contest until June 30th where three people will win you a $400 gift card to Bass Pro Shops! That’s one hell of a contest!
Download the app now and check it out. You can also find us on there as user FishingFury (duh) so feel free to friend us or like our photos.
Bass Pro Shops is getting ready to ship their newest game for the Nintendo Wii, The Strike: Tournament Edition, due out mid-October. The tournament edition offers the same great gameplay you’re already familiar with from the first game, but now with a new focus on a true-to life tournament structure.
Experience a true-to-life tournament structure that focuses on all the real elements of an actual fishing tournament. Now, The Strike allows players to pre-fish a lake to test out equipment; challenge fellow fisherman to fishing contests; troll around a lake to get a feel for the layout and plot hot spots with their GPS, and even receive lake specific tips from their very own fishing mentor. Finally, sit back and enjoy a HUD-less fish fight because players are no longer forced to focus on meters and bars to reel in a fish — simply allow the feedback from the Wii remote to indicate the line tension and stamina of the fish.
More screenshots after the break!
I took a few short videos of Dave Mercer’s seminar at Bass Pro Shops yesterday, and I would have taken more if I had a tripod, but I wonder if that would have been a little too much. Anyway here are two great clips from the seminar. Both videos are available in high definition 1080 thanks to my Canon 7D.
Dave Mercer on Kopper’s Live Target Lures at Bass Pro Shops – Dave Mercer talking about the fine detail and mimicry of the Kopper’s Live Target Lures.