Why Thousands Of Saltwater Anglers Are Leaving Facebook For This…
Let’s face it, fishing groups on Facebook just aren’t what they used to be.
(And that’s coming from someone who started what is now the largest saltwater fishing group on Facebook – you can see our private group of 72,000+ members here).
Sadly, most of these groups have become filled with negativity, obscenities, spam, and hate.
But recently, we’ve seen a new trend in these Facebook groups…
The worst part is that it’s coming directly from Facebook!
Yep, now Facebook itself is deciding what the users can see.
If Facebook doesn’t agree with the picture, post, or comment, it is now automatically deleted with no questions asked.
This could be as simple as a drop of blood coming from a fish (even if it’s being harvested).
To give them credit, Facebook does weed out some bad people who are posting really hateful stuff…
However, the fact that we’re seeing fish pics and hunting pics being outright removed or flagged should be worrisome to anyone who loves the outdoors.
And if you ask me, it’s only going to get worse.
So where are all these anglers that are sick of the negativity, politics, censorship, and spam on Facebook flocking to?
Check out this video to see a better option to talk and learn about fishing online!
You can watch the video version of this podcast below (which I highly recommend), listen to the audio version by clicking the play button underneath it, or listen to it on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.
Why Anglers Are Leaving Facebook [VIDEO]
Why Anglers Are Leaving Facebook [PODCAST]
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The online world is changing.
Companies are becoming more and more strict about what they’re allowing on their platforms, and Facebook is leading the charge.
We’re now seeing them control our fishing Facebook group and removing pictures that go against their policies.
Innocent fish pictures with a single droplet of blood are being taken down with no warning.
It didn’t used to be this way — Facebook used to let us moderate our own groups.
This is a new change, and we think it’s just going to get worse.
So what can you do if you want to talk and learn about fishing online?
We’ve been working for years and have spent several hundred thousand dollars creating the Salt Strong Insider Club — the biggest online fishing club in America.
It’s family-friendly (no cursing, belittling, or negativity).
It’s organized to help you find fishing reports in your area, or learn about catching a specific species.
People are actually posting helpful reports, sharing the strategies and tactics they used.
And there are professional anglers in there answering questions and sharing many of their secrets to having success out on the water.
It’s for redfish, trout, snook, and flounder anglers from Texas to Florida to New Jersey, and it’s for everyone from beginners to professionals.
But here’s the thing about beginners — once you’re in the club, you won’t be a beginner for long.
The courses and community will let you quickly step up your fishing game and know more than 90% of the rest of the fishermen.
Even full-time fishing guides are learning every day from what’s available in the community.
And to top it off, you’ll also get discounts to our online tackle store where you’ll find only the best products that you actually need to go out and catch fish.
P.S. If you’re not catching more fish in less time and saving money on tackle, then we’ve got a 365-day risk-free money-back guarantee, no questions asked.
STOP WASTING TIME ON THE WATER!
Do what the “SMART ANGLERS” are doing and join the Insider Club.
Here’s what you’ll receive today when you join: