This week's Fin Follow Firday recomendation is @Wired2Fish:
I grew up on largemouth bass fishing (watching bass fishing, not actually doing it) and spent several years working on the FLW TV series, so in one way or another, I have it in my blood and still like to keep up to date with what's going on. The folks at Wired2Fish, consistently put out quality information about what's happening in the sport of bass fishing and since they cover all the big players you can get all your bass fishing info in one place. The second (and third) reason I like @wired2fish as a Follow Friday rec is that they follow back (look at they're follow/follower split) and they are VERY interactive. Some companies I suppose can get away with just putting info out there but it's called social networking for a reason and these guys are social.
Here's what they have to say......
Wired2Fish believes in reporting on the anglers, techniques, products and the professional leagues in a positive light. It is our goal to educate, entertain and give Wired2Fish readers the opportunity to buy the best products. We will not be advertorial but rather give readers pro’s perspectives on winning techniques and products that aid them in catching fish. It is our philosophy to be honest, show integrity in our reporting and give an independent and unbiased perspective on the pro’s and their techniques. We also see the pro anglers as the drivers and heroes in our sport and we believe that we should do everything we can to highlight them, their families and their experiences. Wired2Fish will do everything it can to bring the sport together with our reporting and elevate the educational process to cut down the time between the cast and the catch.
I have had the pleasure of meeting two people from their team over the years, Jason Sealock, I first met while he was at FLW and i've met Todd Hammill in the field while covering FLW tournaments. They are very passionate anglers and stand up guys.
Follow them at: https://twitter.com/Wired2Fish
Previous Fin Follow Friday Mentions: