The RC Fishing World, Summer Remote Control Fishing Boats Review

14 Aug

$55.95

 

 

 

 

 

The "Bass Pro" will get you excited again about catching those hard to catch fish where you can't cast to!

The “Bass Pro” will get you excited to go fishing!

 If you’re serious fisherman, or looking for a way teach you kids about fishing, or maybe you just want to have fun, rc boats take fishing to a whole new level! Let’s assume you are considering fishing with a remote control boat, RC Fishing World is the authority! It’s the home of “The RC Fishing Pole”, and ready to run remote control fishing boats, from the 23″ Fishin Pal, to the 32″ Radio Ranger, and now, the new 29″ Ed Hardy! RC Fishing World is all about Rc Fishing Fun. RC Fishing World gives you 6 different boat choices too for the complete deal. Not just some throw-away toy boats, but hobby grade that will provide hours of r/c fun time! Plus there’s a style for everyone. Another great idea is “The RC Fishing Pole”, it means your boat choices to go fishing with are endless. With “The RC Fishing Pole” you can turn any Remote Control (r/c) Boat into a Rc Fishing Boat. It’s simple, peel off the paper and stick the mounts anywhere on your r/c boat, done! Attach your line and go fishing.
.Bass Pro, Radio Ranger, Fishin Pal, and "The RC Fishing Pole"
From Bluegill to Large Mouth Bass the 23″” Fishin Pal”,is going to get it done!

$52.95

 

 

 

 

 

$52.95

Drive the Fishin Pal around the dock, around the shore, 100 foot range. Leave your line on the boat and drive it around until you get a hit, or drop the line at your favorite spot. Fishing with Rc Boats is fun, but it’s also a great way to go fishing, you can get around obstacles in the water, fish places you can’t cast.
For the sports fisherman, it has to be the 32″ inch “Radio Ranger”, it’s almost 3 feet long.
 
$59.95
$59.95
The 32″ “Radio Ranger” Remote Control fishing boat. This is a one snazzy RC Boat for catching fish! The biggest rc fishin’ boat RC Fishing World has! Everything included, put it in the water, and go rc fishing!
 
 Another great choice is the Pro Caster 29′ “EP”
37[1]
Ready to run. Boat comes with high-capacity 7.2v 1700mAh battery and charger. So you could have more fun in the water! Just attach “The R/C Fishing Pole” and go after the Fish!. The dual motors makes this boat runs at a very fast speed 20-25mph. The remote control radius is 250 to 300 foot. It has a V-hull and 2 x 380 size electric motor. It is completely ready to run and comes with everything. It’s time to catch some fish with a remote control fishing boat and have some fun in the water, at a very affordable price.
So if your looking to take the kids out for a fun day of fishing, or looking for the perfect gift for the fisherman that has everything, RC Fishing World has a a bunch of Remote Control Fishing Boats! Fish Fun’s RC Fishing Boats will bring out the excitement like that feeling the first time you went fishing!
SUMMER VIDEO CASH REBATE!
FISH FUN Co. Video Rebate Summer Deal!
Got a Ham in the family?
Fish Fun Co. is going to send you up to $25 back for your RC Fishing adventure!
 Video Money Back Rebate Offer!
Send us your video fishing with a FISH FUN Rc Fishing Boat and get $25.00 cash back from fish fun co!
*$5.00 a picture cash!
How it Works
Simple!
Send us a DVD or Tape
or Upload your RC Fishing Video on YouTube, or email us your pictures!
Do it today
LOOK FOR AN ANNOUNCMENT FOR THE FISH FUN CO. FREE DRAWING AND YOU CAN WIN AN RC FISHING BOAT FROM RC FISHING WORLD!
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2 Responses to “The RC Fishing World, Summer Remote Control Fishing Boats Review”

  1. Michalis xenofontos November 23, 2009 at 1:36 pm #

    Hi, I know absolutely nothing about remote control anything. I need a RC boat to get a fishing line out at least 300′ , 50 hooks with shrimp on them. I would need to somehow figure out how to attach a fishing line to it and than release the line when it gets far enough out. We should assume the fishing line will be under water by the time that gets 50′ out there and therefore dragging on the boat so the boat needs to resist the drag and than we need to figure out a way to release the fishing line once in position. Any ideas?

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