Make Money Fishing

Fishing For Income

A wise friend once told me that if you learn to make a living doing what you love you will never do a day’s work.

My chosen passion happens to be fishing, so it stands to reason that if I could earn an income from the fishing industry, I should be a happy camper. I am earning an income from fishing, and I am very happy.

What’s more I have several stores that sell every product that Amazon, Gander Mountian, Cabelas, Tackle Direct, Iboats, and Overtons sell. If you doubt me click on the links under the Tackle and Gear tabs at the top of this page and you will be taken to my stores. Every item in these stores earn me an income when someone purchases a product.

Whatever your passion is, there are products you can sell and earn an income. Even better I do not stock any products, I do not ship any products, and I do not have any employees to deal with. I work when I want, and work far fewer hours than I ever did working public jobs. best of all, I have no boss telling me when to work and what to do.


Are You Ready To Be Your Own Boss

That’s right FREE. Keep your credit card in your wallet, you will not need it. What do you get for free? Everything you need to start building your own business, and start selling almost any product you can think of.

I promote or recommend very few programs, because quite frankly far too many of them are scams, and the only people who ever make money are the ones selling you false hopes and promises.

It’s FREE,  so put this one to the test. You will not be asked to put your credit card info into the system. So lets see what happens when you sign up for a free account.

  • I will receive an email telling me you have signed up. From that moment on you will be able to reach me to get all the help and support you need
  • You will have complete access to hundreds of top professionals in a variety of fields, who will answer your question on anything you need to build your business.
  • You will receive complete video and written training courses that teach you the right way to build a business. You work at your own pace.
  • You will receive insider secrets that will get you noticed by the traffic giants like Google, Yahoo, and Bing
  • Everything you need to build a successful website on our dedicated servers.
  • You will become a part of a large  community of people who are interested in your success, and are willing to help you succeed

Take This Challenge

Try this for two weeks, giving it enough time to see if it is everything I say it is. If it is not everything I say it is let me know, and if you can show me any program that offers more for less, I will join.



Learn 2 Earn

That’s right you have to learn 2 earn, just like you have to learn to fish, learn to be an engineer, or learn to be a doctor. Learning to earn a few dollars from the fishing industry is no big deal, but learning to earn a full time living from fishing is a different story. Lets take a look at a few things I have learned from 50 years of fishing.

  1. You can earn a great income from selling tackle and equipment: The draw backs are- the cost of inventory, you will need a storefront, monthly utility bills, employees, and the time you spend building a business will eat away at your fishing time.
  2. You can earn a great income fishing tournaments: The draw backs are- the high cost of a boat, equipment, entry fees, and traveling expenses, plus you had better be very good to win against the best fishermen in the world. By far the biggest draw back is fishing can become a job.
  3. You can earn a great income as a fishing guide:  The draw backs are- Someone else is doing the fishing, the cost of a boat, the cost of equipment and fuel, and you are always under pressure to make sure your customers are catching fish.
  4. You can earn a great income developing and marketing new baits: The draw backs are- You own the business so that is where you spend your time, not fishing. The cost of developing and marketing a new bait will eat into your fishing budget and time.

Most traditional ways of earning a living from the fishing industry eat away at your time for fishing. It can be difficult spending time running a business selling tackle to your friends while they are all going fishing. For years I carried boxes of lures, reels, and various tackle with me every time I went fishing. I always made extra money selling, to cover entry fees, traveling costs, and fuel. Every new place I went for a tournament I would stop in local tackle stores, and meet someone running the store who would rather be fishing. It didn’t take me long to see I wanted to be the one fishing ,not running the store. The problem was I loved selling fishing tackle, and loved helping friends find the fishing tackle they needed. I knew I wanted a bait and tackle store of my own and there had to be a way to do it without giving up my first love, FISHING.

About 10 years ago I started researching the claims that you could earn a full time massive income from home,working only a few hours a week on the internet in your spare time. The first thing I learned is that the people who make these claims are the same people who sold me all the greatest lures you ever seen, but never catch a fish. I have boxes of lures and gadgets that are in my opinion useless. I have so many because I try to never pass something that has no value on to someone else. Why do I have so many? Because the offers just sounded so good. The hardest lesson I learned is that if it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is too good to be true.

The good news is you can earn an income online in your spare time, and still have time for the things you love.


Build a website

That’s right build a website. I built the bait and tackle store online and am earning a income from it. Sound too good to be true? Anyone can build a website about anything of interest to them, and earn money from it. Building a website based on any hobby or interest is easier than you think. With the right training, support, and coaching anyone can build a business and earn an exceptional income.

Learn how to build your own website and sell almost any product you can think of, as a free member. No credit card needed. If you want to be the boss and free up the time to do the things you love the most, you owe it to yourself to try this.

I stand behind every claim I have made here, and after 10 years of trying every scam out there, this is the only opportunity that delivers. If you doubt me please feel free to contact me and let me know your concerns

Donald Ostrander  ( PAPADON )

Jefferson South Carolina

dostrander1973@gmail.com

843-672-4348

4 thoughts on “Make Money Fishing

  1. This is a fantastic site! I especially enjoyed the ‘hook’ of equating fishing to WA. I hope I can be as successful with my travel site. Once I get as far as adding some Alaskan Fishing to my site (just getting started) perhaps we can exchange links? Keep up the great work! I bookmarked so I can explore in depth later.

    Kim

    1. Hi Kim thanks for your kind words. I am interested in exchanging links with you on anything related to fishing Alaska. Feel free to add any tips you may have.

  2. You make a very interesting point! I’m starting out as a blogger in the industry and curious as what you think would be the best method a fishing blog could be monetized successfully. I believe you’ve got some experience in the field, so any tips would be appreciated.

    1. Hello Ray. What could be better than making money blogging about you passion. Affiliate marketing is the best way to monetize your blog, as it allows you to recommend products that you know and trust to your readers. There is a very good university that teaches everything you need to know, and also teaches you how to reach more people with your blog. Here is the link.
      http://dostrander.rurl.me/business

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