search cancel – Fishing Is Religion! enthusiasts will flock to, a new site dedicated to providing visual how-to information for rookie and seasoned fishermen alike.


Based on the concept of more general video search engines such as YouTube and Google Videos, narrows down the field of searchable videos to only those related to fishing. What’s more, users may search by category to find a clip specific to their needs. Categories include “Technique”, “Destinations”, “Gear”, and many more. If you like the site, also offers the option of creating a personal profile where you can upload your own videos and photos and share your stories with other community members. Search for other users who share your interests with the “Community Members” search feature, and invite other fishing enthusiasts to join. All features are free of charge, but you must be a member to upload videos. In Their Own Words

“™ is the premier broadband Outdoor Sports Network providing professional video, user generated content, affinity-group communities, and e-commerce to adventure travelers and outdoor sports enthusiasts. The core of our multi-channel digital platform, is an interactive user generated broadband TV channel that hooks up outfitters, guides and consumers, with professional and user generated content as well as up-to-the-minute news, information, products, travel tips, lodge booking, and e-commerce shopping opportunities”.

Why It Might Be A Killer could be an extremely helpful site for anyone looking to improve their fly-fishing skills, learn more about where to fish, know what equipment to use, or meet other fly-fishing fans. It’s simple and easy to find relevant and informative videos, as well as upload and share your own.

Some Questions About

Ads from Google are not strategically placed; can they be relocated to the site’s margins so as not to interfere with the site viewing experience? The site’s design is basic, but lacks polish. Will it be streamlined in the future? How many videos can each user upload?

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