Thursday, March 09, 2006



I came across this site when I did a google search for base html tag (it was a paid listing). And frankly, I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

The idea is that when you catch a fish, you tag it and add it to their website. You can then monitor the site to see who else has caught your fish.

Questions come to mind...

Do people do this? Does it work? What kind of person takes the time to attach a tag to a fish, and write down the ID, and visit this paritcular website? Could this approach be useful for tracking other things, besides fish?

No offense dad, but fishermen are strange.


  1. Anonymous8:44 PM

    Hi :) I own ... it actually does work. Tags are placed on fish caught, the angler and other anglers record the history as the fish is caught. Alot of people with private ponds/lakes are interested in the movement, growth of large mouth bass and other fish...

    Fishing is sometimes boring but now when i fish and catch a bass with one of my tags, I get stoked!

    We are doing OK , small business but trying to grow it... Thanks for looking at the site :)

  2. Thanks for the info!

    I really do think your concept is a nifty one, and wish you all the luck in the world with it.