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The best thing ever for boatless fishing

Bridge Fishing, Surf Casting, Bank Fishing, etc.

The best thing ever for boatless fishing

Postby BulBob » Tue Sep 19, 2006 5:42 pm

I invented the the best thing ever for boatless fishermen.

The first and only fishing bobbers with directional contrrol.
They are castable mini planer boards that flip direction with a flick of the wrist. A video is www.bulletbobber.com :idea:

In a slow currebt you can go where yo want down stream without recasting. It also has many advantages for calm water.
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where's the fish?

Postby surfspot » Sat Sep 30, 2006 10:03 pm

I think your product is very cool. Your web site is very good, but needs a fish taking the lure in the video. Aloha, mw
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Bass

Postby BulBob » Sat Sep 30, 2006 10:48 pm

See if you can get the videos to play on this website.
A complete stranger gets pretty excited about catching 18 bass in row with them.

http://forums.menoutdoors.com/forums/sh ... lletbobber

John from MenOutDoors sent me a CD and I will be adding it to my site as soon as I have a chance.
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my new avatar

Postby BulBob » Sun Oct 01, 2006 1:02 am

I got a SmartCast (See my avatar). It is castable depth / fish finder and towed it with the BulletBobber.

I have an article that was not written by me that thoroughly explains it.
I will be adding that to my website too.

It was not my idea to one a around but when i read the article I had to try and it was great fun. I found fish and then took off the SmartCast and put on my lure. I walked the a very plain shore line but found a hole and the fish. I am going to need to take my camcorder everywhere but I like when other film it as testimonial proof.

HumminBird should be paying me for this advertising or I should be a dealer for them and sell them thru my website.
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Postby leahn » Tue Oct 31, 2006 1:33 am

Yeah!that is really a cool stuff ei! :)


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Postby BulBob » Sun Dec 03, 2006 9:41 pm

Wish I was getting more orders.

BulletBobbers have been tested and approved by all users including some significant names:

Chuck Smock - Editor Cabela’s Outfitter Journal
Johnnie Crain – Pro Angler, writer, product reviews
Brian A. Matthews - North American Fisherman Help Desk
Captain Chet Moore – Director of the Tennessee Striped Bass Association

Note: Chet is a Striper guide and use the X-Large trolling and they are improving his catch significanlty.
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