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New Liquid De-Fishing Soap
A new, liquid version of De-Fishing Soap has just been released. De-Fishing Soap is widely used by anglers since 2003 for lifting and neutralizing fish and bait smells from hands and arms. Now, a more convenient liquid version is available in a handy squeeze bottle.
“Anglers have been asking us for a liquid version,” says master soap maker Michelle Innis. “The finished formula has now been thoroughly tested. Liquid De-Fishing Soap works as perfectly as our bar soap. I guarantee it!”
Lingering odors on hands from handling fish and bait is a problem. Most anglers don't care for persistent fishy smells at social functions, the office, or in the days following fishing trips. Fishy smells also transfer to home and auto upholstery can linger for weeks.
De-Fishing Soap is guaranteed to remove even the most persistent smells including: anchovy, bass, catfish, carp, halibut, herring, mackerel, salmon, shrimp, squid, Bunker, yellowtail, tuna, and more.
Anglers will get excellent value with either liquid or bar De-Fishing Soap. Convenient liquid, in four-ounce squeeze bottle with flip-top cap spout, has a suggested retail price of $7.95 plus 3.00 for shipping
Opinion - Be Careful What You Post On-line
It has been extremely disturbing to witness the recent actions of many activist groups and the media as related to the tragic events in Arizona. Many of these groups have attempted to further their agenda by manipulating the circumstances surrounding this tragedy and by suggesting cause and effect linkages based upon a benign Internet posting. As a result, Sarah Palin is presently engulfed in a media firestorm because of the now infamous image posted on her website, depicting a map with cross hairs on congressional districts across the country. Important lessons may be drawn from this travesty regarding the exercise of discretion in posting images on-line. These lessons may help protect the sport of recreational fishing from criticism and misrepresentation by its opponents.
Marco Island Fishing Weekend
The Snook Inn Olde Marco Island
My wife and needed a little rest and relaxation so we decided to drop in on some friends down in Marco Island. Of course I managed to to find a little time to go fishing. Read More