Locating the Perfect Fishing Vacation Spot Has Never Been Easier - The Ultimate Tool for Fishermen is Now Online
Using Hardcore Fishermans resource tool, fishermen can get customized Best Fishing Time reports for any lake in North American.
Aurora, CO April 5, 2004 -- Before you pack up your rod and reel and head out to the lake, wouldnt it be nice to know when the fish are biting? Thanks to Mark Leonard and Marvin Mitchell, of Hardcore Fisherman (http://hardcorefisherman.net), now you can. Leonard and Mitchell offer customized Solunar Tables for every lake within North America!
Most outdoor and fishing publications offer general solunar tables, but they arent area specific, says Mitchell. Thats where Hardcore Fisherman comes in. Using Hardcore Fishermans online resource tool, you simply key in information about your lake and the staff at Hardcore Fisherman will get back to you within 24 hours, with a customized report telling you the times fish are most likely to bite at your specific lake.
Solunar tables help fishermen find the best times to catch fish. Each solunar table determines the vertical movement of the waters (known as tides) of a specific lake, based on the gravitational pull of both the sun and the moon. The movement of the water is important because fish feed into the current which means the best time to catch fish is when the solunar periods are the greatest.
Plan your next fishing trip around one of our fishing tables and youre sure to have the best fishing experience of your life, says Leonard. Hardcore Fisherman is a free online resource for fishermen within North America. Hardcore Fisherman directs fishermen to the best prices on fishing gear, tackle, bait, boats, books, and vacation spots, and is packed with success stories and articles to increase each fishermans knowledge and enthusiasm of the sport.
To get your solunar report, stop by http://www.hardcorefisherman.net/best_fishing_order.asp and fill out the online form. Its that simple!
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