The Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel and the Kayak Fishing Tales newsletter, which both feature Jim Sammons on his journeys to exotic locations to catch the biggest game fish possible from his kayak, are celebrating surpassing 20,000 subscribers each.
Heliconia, creators the largest kayak fishing social media network, is proud to announce it has reached the 20,000-subscriber milestone for the Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel and Kayak Fishing Tales newsletter—both within the same week!
Subscribers to the Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel can enjoy new videos posted every other week. The videos showcase destination features, kayak fishing tips and instruction, special guests, as well as amazing footage of landing the biggest game fish possible from a kayak. Watch an episode here: http://youtu.be/fMmrVphQh9A. The Kayak Fishing Tales channel is one of Heliconia’s eight YouTube channels that reach over 60,000 subscribers with 23,000,000 views.
The Kayak Fishing Tales newsletter is released every two weeks and offers subscribers the chance to watch the latest kayak fishing videos from both the Jim Sammons’ Kayak Fishing Tales series as well as Chad Hoover’s Kayak Bassin’ series. The newsletter also includes special deals from HOOK 1 Kayak Fishing Gear exclusively for newsletter subscribers. Subscribers are automatically entered a new gear giveaway each issue featuring products from our sponsors. Sign up for our newsletter for a chance at our current giveaway; the Yakima SweetRoll kayak mount system. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/16g7HbH.
“Heliconia is pleased to be able to help grow the sport of kayak fishing through the largest kayak fishing social media network, which includes our YouTube channels, newsletter, and active Facebook and Twitter communities.” Says, Heliconia Sales and Marketing Director, Brendan Mark. “To hit 20,000 subscribers for both our Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel and newsletter in the same week proves that our content is in demand and that the sport is growing!”
Visit the Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/KayakFishingTales and sign up for the newsletter here: http://bit.ly/16g7HbH. Join the kayak fishing community on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kayakfishingshow or Twitter: https://twitter.com/kayakfishingtv.
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