What's with all the hashtag nonsense?? I'm sure there is a really good reason they shot the shows with Steve. Seems like a good guy to me so I guess I missed what all the hating is about.
He puts up the most informative posts on this forum. And I for one am glad he does.
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rookiemistake wrote: »
Bait and wait.... Doesnt take skill.and bumps his stuff just so it will be on the top.... Ill wait im sure i will be hated too. The sqeaky wheel gets the grease..lets move on.i mean making a living killing redfish and posting "just in case you saw a floater" .Redfish probably dont care if bill dance killed them... how bout lets not catch breaders just to get on Tv. I just made popcorn
KoOkY MoNsTeR wrote: »
People are going to hate on ya Steve , nothing you can do about that , behind every successful person there is always a group of haters trying to bring you down , just keep doing you and making great reports ... Guarantee that if Bill Dance called them to catch bulls , they would jump all over it .. even if it isn't there "style" of fishing ...
Cast&Blast wrote: »
The constant hating on here is getting tired, guys.
SnookMan772 wrote: »
I have nothing against the OP... However I would tell Bill that watching someone catch overslot spawners "and all the controversy that comes with it #floaters" after soaking bait on the bottom using offshore tackle for inshore fishing is extremely #BORNING!!!!!!! I would rather watch someone sight cast to a 12" drum any day of the week. Now that takes skill, not that soaking bait doesn't but Bill needs to know it isn't all about the size of the fish that drives ratings these days.
Morocco_madness wrote: »
That would be your opinion, which is fine. Unfortunately, you don't speak for the majority of his viewers. He made it a point to call me and thank me last week. According to him, ratings were higher than his shows average. He's coming this June specifically to do the exact same thing. With that said, immediately following the shows airing, I've been booking a lot of Bull Red charters from people all over the country. I'm virtually booked solid with people that want to catch Bull Reds after seeing them on Bill Dance Saltwater. I have people coming in from Tennessee, Maryland and West Virginia this week alone. Just for Bull Reds.
The bottom line, what's boring to you, may not be boring to other people. A heck of a lot of people get a kick out of catching these "spawners". I make sure they survive and no, I don't let them float off and die. My fish are taken care of.
The bottom line, what's boring to you, may not be boring to other people.
jimmy06 wrote: »
Forget the floater's. I'm still trying to figure out how those Mammoth cargo ships get in and out of the Ortega inlet. Lol
Morocco_madness wrote: »
Nothing wrong with marketing a charter Business on a fishing forum. The good news, business is steady and it won't be long before I can drop writing fish reports on here. I put up with the drama because the board has generated good business, aside from that, there is no enjoyment being on here anymore for me. FS really needs to do some house cleaning and enforce the posted rules.