Our Fish Fun Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat is really making the rounds this year with videos from all over! The newest Rc Fishing Video arrived via Youtube yesterday, a wonderful day to catch a trout, in beautiful Washington state! The Radio Ranger always attracts crowds, and this is no different. According the fisherman he caught 4 trout while the guy using a fishing pole only caught 1. Well imagine that, simple, our friend with The Radio Ranger is able to cover more water, he just drives the boat to a new spot if he’s not getting bites. We can’t wait to see the line release in action, hopefully we’ll see a new video out soon showing a huge catch with the line release. For some reason most of the new videos this year all show pulling in the fish with the boat, that’s not hard to understand why, its fun! If you have a Rc Fishing video you want to send us did you know you can get a Free Boat? Thats right, use The Rc Fishing Pole, or our Fish Fun Rc Fishing Boats, put your video on Youtube or send it to us, and pick out a new boat, Free! Keep the videos coming, this is great!
Rc Fishing for Trout! NEW Video! With The RC Fishing Pole and the Radio Ranger Remote Control Boat for Fishing!25 Apr
It looks like since Spring sprang a little early this year, (2012) that would account for all the RC Fishing videos we’ve been seeing lately. We’re looking at the Radio Ranger in “Live Action” here somewhere in Texas, let there be no doubt that this looks like alot of fishing fun.
Did you know that Fish Fun Co. has a promotion going? Put your RC Fishing Video on Youtube and get a free Rc Fishing Boat from RcFishingWorld.com
We’ve seen alot of good Rc Fishing videos here. This new one we found on Youtube the other day gives us a unique perspective into Remote Control Fishing with “The RC Fishing Pole”
What starts out as Fish Fun Co.’s Ed Hardy Model gets some interesting modifications. What’s interesting are the two extensions he added to the boat for added stability. It’s not particularly advisable to go after big fish unless you use the line release feature, added buoyancy to the boat will save it if you happen to hook a big one.As for the video he doesn’t quite catch the intended carp he mentioned, but said it must have been about 18 pounds.
The sea was calm, the day was hot and the wiry little man stalking down the beach with a big rod under one arm and a little boat under the other looked for all the world like a demented angler who had given up fishing for towing toy boats through the surf on the end of his fishing line. But looks are deceiving. The angler was Herb Goodman of Lake Worth, Florida, a remarkably dedicated shark fishem1an. Herb was no stranger to Boynton Beach that Sunday afternoon in mid-July. And the boat under his arm was no plaything. It was an ingenious device he built for launching baits, specifically shark baits in the two to five-pound category. The craft was thirty-six inches overall. Outriggers contained two six-volt Ray-0-Vac batteries for powering two small motors originally designed for bailing out a boat. Propulsion was by aluminum paddle wheels, one on each side of the hull. Inside the miniature vessel was an electronic guidance system that could be activated by a compact wireless transmitter from shore. Herb propped his fiberglass Harnell rod and 12/o Penn reel on shore, scooping a hole in the sand for the rod butt and bracing the reel with a slab of driftwood. He put the reel on clicker and paid out his 130-pound-test dacron line to the water's edge. At the end of the line was fiftteen feet of flexible cable terminating in two 12-o Sobey hooks, both firmly skewered into the bow and stern of a whole bonito weighing about seven pounds. If the belly of the bonito seemed to have an unnatural bulge it was because Herb had inserted half a sash weight, which would later hold the bait down. When everything was ready, Herb waded the boat and bonito just out beyond the riffling surf, loaded the bait aboard and set the craft adrift. On shore he flipped the switch of the small transmitter and the boat's paddle wheels began churning. Slowly it moved out into deeper water, throwing up a small wake and towing the heavy leader and line behind it. The 12/o chattered evenly and the dacron moved out through the guides. Minutes later Herb squinted toward the tiny vessel that was now barely a white speck some three hundred yards from shore. "That should do it," he said, and threw the reel in gear. Line stopped. The bait dragged off the stem into the water. Herb manipulated the transmitter again and the craft executed a right turn and headed back toward the beach. "Can't use the boat all the time," Herb told me as he snapped his reel out of gear and dropped down on the sand beside it. "When there's waves it doesn't work right. Can't keep it on course. Takes calm days like this, then she goes perfect." He peered out at the little boat homing in on us. "Now all we got to do is wait and see what happens," he said, smiling. Things have been happening to Herb Goodman at Boynton Beach Inlet every Sunday for longer than he cares to remember. They all concern sharks, and the only thing that. occasionally breaks up the routine is a giant ray. His most recent conquest was a nose-to-tail-tip fourteen-foot specimen that put up a two-hour battle and weighed about a thousand pounds. The fact is he likes it. lie likes the challenge, the excitement, the rough-and-tumble fight and the crowd ~attracts-the people who can't quite believe what they see this spunky little man in a natty straw hat haul out of the ocean on a Sunday afternoon. He doesn't have a fancy boat, nor do his catches have the revered reputations of sailfish or marlin. But no one who has ever setn him in action will ever doubt that Herb Goodman's sport isn't big-game fishing in all its glory.
It’s that time of the year for giving! Fish Fun Co., maker of “The RC Fishing Pole” has a treat for everone that has been following RC Fishing, a chance to get a Radio Ranger free. Click the picture below to enter your name for the drawing, or go to: http://rcfishingworld.com on the contact page to enter! Good Luck!
It was a busy summer for “The RC Fishing Pole”. The new videos rolled in from all over the country, even a notable one from Canada! What a blast! We saw the 32″ LuckyStrike in action, we also saw the popular 34″ Radio Ranger too.
Let’s play a game with the video, can you keep track of how many fish are caught? Even better can you name all of the species of fish caught?
Fish Fun Co. maker of “The RC Fishing Pole” run’s a promotion on their website. If you purchase their product and catch a fish on video, send it in or put it on Youtube you get a free Rc Fishing Boat. That’s pretty good, take you pick from the 34″ Radio Ranger, 32″ LuckyStrike, or the popular 30″ Bass Pro!
Our latest video features Rc Fishing from all over the United States and a memorable clip from fishing in the Indian Ocean.
First Annual Reel American Heroes Fishing Tournament
May 21-22, 2011
Joint Base Bolling-Anacostia (formerly Bolling Air Force Base)
With the economy issue here and the continuing conflicts going on around the world, simple acts of generosity go a long way. Fishermen understand the power that fishing has. Being able to make everything go away for a while, make good memories. The funny thing is we know Fish Fun Co. has the coolest thing around, so we knew a remote control fishing boat is an easy way instant smiles! few smiles on the faces of our troops and their
children who otherwise don’t receive enough recognition for their generous sacrifices. Since 2009 Fish Fun Co has risen to support our troops, here and abroad. After hearing about the “Take a Vet Fishing Day Tournament” we had the satisfaction of a few smiles on the faces of our troops and their children who otherwise don’t receive enough recognition for their generous sacrifices. 2011 is no different!
At the May 2009 ‘Take A Vet Fishing” tournament we met an amazing young soldier named Jason Lettermen. He was a couple months away from retirement when he lost both legs while serving in the Middle East. When Jason arrived at the tournament he was in a wheelchair and was extremely excitied about participating in the event. We were fortunate to have the opportunity to spend a lot of time with this amazing young man. He wanted to know everything we could tell him about fishing and we provided him with details on how to use all of the baits that we gave him. Unfortunately it rained hard the night before the tournament and the ground was muddy but that did not stop Jason. He was determined to prove that he was fully capable of handling this situation on his own and would not let us help him. We were both amazed and impressed at Jason’s determination and ability to naigate the wheelchair in these conditions. Jason and his family were provided with a pontoon boat and a bass angler to fish the tournament. When the fish were weighed in at the end of the tournament Jason and his family ended up finishing in the top three both days.
At the end of the day, prizes were given out to people that had purchased raffle tickets. When the big prize of the day was being given away in the raffle, Mrs. DeFreitas won a remote controlled fishing boat as her prize. Mrs. DeFreitas looked over at Jason’s family and decided that she wanted to give the boat to Jason’s two sons.