Wired2Fish.com, a website property of Wired2Fish, Inc., is based in Grand Rapids, Minn. Wired2Fish, Inc. includes Wired2Fish.com, Wired2Fish TV, and Wired2Fish Radio.
The goal of Wired2Fish is simple: We provide daily features on products
and how-to tutorials, updates on new tackle and technology, trends in
competitive fishing, and provide anglers a place to purchase the latest
in fishing equipment. Education, entertainment and fishing tackle
information are the driving points behind the Wired2Fish brand.We
provide infotainment videos, well written articles, industry awarded
photography and more.
Wired2Fish.com produces original how-to content centered around bass fishing and other types of freshwater fishing including walleye and panfish. The website also highlights professional angling including the anglers, the companies that support it and the professional competitive fishing leagues. These leagues include the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.), FLW Outdoors (FLW) and the Professional Anglers Association (PAA) Tournament Series.
Todd Hammill - Todd is the COO of Gemini Sport Marketing and Wired2Fish, Inc. He has been integral in establishing the “look” of today’s angler and was a driving force behind Wired2Fish and the desire to work with the industry to bring the sport together. Todd is an avid outdoorsman and passions include bass fishing, pike fishing, cooking and working with professional anglers in a consolatory role. You can reach Todd at THammill@Wired2Fish.com.
Terry Brown - Terry is the President of Wired2Fish.com. Terry has spent the last 20 years in the fishing industry first writing for Bass Times, Heartland Outdoors, and numerous magazines and websites and most recently was the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of BassFan.com. Terry has been featured on ESPN’s Greatest Angler Debate and Classic Yearbooks. Terry is an accomplished bass angler and competed in the 1997 Wrangler Nationals with BASS. Terry was the host of the nationally syndicated BassFan Radio and is the host of Weighing-In Radio. You can contact Terry at TBrown@Wired2Fish.com.
- Sealock is the Vice President
Wired2fish, Inc. He left a booming career in information technology to
pursue his passion for fishing and writing. Working his way up through
the freelance ranks and again at FLW, he was Editor-in-Chief of the
three FLW Magazines for several years handling everything from photo
shoots, writing, layout, calendar planning, hiring, training,
advertising and more. He brings that expertise in content creation to
Wired2fish to provide some of the best free bass fishing content on the
web. Since he's arrived at Wired2fish.com, the website has seen
continuous growth of 100-300 percent or more every year. He's focused on
providing the best content anywhere in bass fishing, unveiling tips
that will REALLY improve anglers' abilities on the water through a
thorough knowledge of technology, technique, tackle and fisheries. He's
won awards for his photography but doesn't believe in awards as much as
he does reader satisfaction. You can reach Jason at JSealock@Wired2Fish.com.
Walker Smith - A Georgia freelance writer, now full-time Content Manager for
Wired2fish, Walker Smith brings a young energy to the Wired2fish team
not to mention a solid writing foundation and an accomplished college
fishing resume and guide service in middle Georgia. He fished
competitively for Georgia College & State University. He's an
accomplished angler and quite the stick on lakes like Sinclair, Oconee
and Lanier. He brings a lot of knowledge about bass techniques that he's
perfected guiding and fishing competitively. Smith has already built a
good reputation with the pros he's worked with on stories for his
regular credits in Georgia Outdoors News, FLW Outdoors Magazine, travel
guides and now Wired2fish.com. Contact Walker at email@example.com
Matt is the Chief Engineer for Wired2Fish.com. He has a 15 year background in IT and produces Weighing In Radio and some of the Wired Media videos for the site. Matt is also "the man behind the camera" on videos shot in the Man Cave. He is an audio engineer and has worked at a Bloomington, Ill. radio station for 2 years prior to coming to Wired2Fish. To contact Matt, send an email to MSaulcy@wired2fish.com.
Don “db” Barone - Barone is a multiple Emmy Award-winning writer and investigative
journalist. He's won writing awards for humor and for serious pieces
alike. But we all know him as the "guy with the biggest heart." Don
brings an unique style and flair to the "human" parts of the fishing
world. He writes about what drives anglers, their families and their
fans and takes a very personal look at it all. As the
traveling gypsy on
the Elite Series tour, he has access to folks that most writers will
never achieve. He's done more for folks around fishing than most will
even consider, founding companies like Tackle the Storm to give
fishing back to kids who lose everything to storms. Barone is one of the
most witty folks we've ever encountered and his dry, real-world sense
of humor is one of a kind.
Contact Don at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wired2Fish.com believes that it is incumbent on all fishing related entities to pull together to grow our sport. It is our obligation to every advertiser to deliver at a minimum everything we have agreed to via contract in a timely manner and it is our desire, in most cases, over deliver on our promises. You have our pledge to work with you to help you grow your brand and highlight your anglers and products in creative and unique ways.
We will stay in contact with your company to stay abreast of new products, additions to pro staffs, industry news, etc. and make sure we highlight them in a positive and forthright manner. We believe we can build the fishing community by including reputable companies, offering programs that show immediate return on investment and drive consumers to your brand. Competitive advantage is never compromised and confidentiality is always maintained.
Wired2Fish focuses on educating and entertaining readers and viewers through quality articles, photography, reviews and videos. We not only talk professional fishing and technique, we'll do our best to review all the new bass fishing tackle each year so you have a good resource for what's good that's new out in the fishing tackle industry. We'll stay on top of the latest professional fishing trends, the latest in tackle and technology advancements and share our on-the-water experience through articles and videos. We plan our articles around the seasonal patterns as best as we can knowing that in some places in the country it's one season while it's still another season in other parts. We have writers now spread from north to south and in between to hopefully cover fishing, especially bass fishing in a way that is interesting to all locales.