Top 2010 Christmas Holiday Present Gift Ideas for Men: Fishing/Fishermen Edition

Looking for gift ideas for guys? This is the fishing edition of our Top 10 Presents ideas for Men. If you have a fishermen in your family the below items make great gifts that all fishermen should enjoy!

The holidays are around the corner and holiday gift shopping is starting to pick up. In this Holiday gifts for men series we will compile a list of the top 10 gifts for men in the following categories: Hunting, Fishing, Camping, and Knives. These guides will help you in answering the question of what to get the guy who has everything.

  • Humminbird Piranhamax 180 Fishfinder $149.99

Does your fisherman have a boat? The PiranhaMAX 180 features a high resolution 8 level grayscale so seeing those fish is easy and sharp. No boat, try the Humminbird Smartcast Watch.

  • Okuma Fishing Rod Rack $29.99

Keep things clean around the house and garage with this rod rack. Stores and protects up to 16 rods stopping unwanted damage.

  • Power Pro Micro Filament Line: From $14.99

Every fisher runs out of line at one point or another. Power Pro line is available in multiple strengthens and colors so finding the right fishing line is easy.

  • Master Telescopic Travel Fishing Rod $22.99

Now you can get a quick fishing break in no matter where you are with this travel rod. Collapses down to a small packable size so you can take it anywhere you want. Let the fishing stories being!

  • Cyclone Foam Handle Pliers $4.95

These foam handled pliers work great for getting hooks out and the foam handle makes them comfortable and easy to grip. Makes a great stocking stuffer.

  • Plano Custom Divider System Stowaway $8.99

With all that new gear they’ll be getting a storage container keeps their tackle organized and easy to find. Grab one or more and the possibilities are endless.

  • Bandit Series Fishing Lures $4.99

These lures work great for all kinds of fish. Offered in many different styles and colors so you can get the one or two he wants.

Keep all his fishing gear in one easy to carry spot with this tackle system. With a padded shoulder strap and oversized zippers the only problem you’ll have is trying to fill it up.

  • Pflueger President 6720 Spin Reel $49.99

This ultralight reel is great for fishing trips to the stream or local pond. With a super smooth action he’ll be able to reel in the big one with ease!

  • Ka-Bar Fillet Knife 9 In. $24.99

5 Things You Need to Take Stock of Before Launching Your Product

A product launch is one of the basic and perhaps, most important part of kick-starting a relationship with future customers. It is one of the initial steps to start spreading the word and drive customers’ attention and hence calls for dynamic strategies that can eventually get the ball rolling.

Here is a list of 5 things that you must take stock of for a successful launch of your product:

1. Determine what customers want

A winning product launch starts with matching the capabilities of your products or service to the needs of your target customers. You might have a revolutionary and awe-inspiring product in mind, but if no one is willing to pony up the cash for it, you are out of luck. Rather than just floating a cool idea that you believe may work, conduct a market research to make sure it is actually a viable product for consumers. Before heading out to market, check if you have the resources to sustain a new product launch in the first place.

2. Be discussion-worthy

To be in ‘news’, you have to be ‘discussion-worthy’. Ask yourself how you are different from the rest? If you have a clear answer yourself, send the message out to the world. With thousands of new products and services launching every day, you have to arm your campaign with effective media coverage to ensure that your product stands out in the crowd. Once you’ve hit the headlines, you will not only secure attention, but also breed word-of-mouth marketing about your brand.

3. Be transparent

As more and more products flood the marketplace, consumers find it increasingly difficult to decide where to shell out their bucks at. There is only one way to attract customers to your product – be transparent about your offering and show them exactly where there money is going.

4. Set clear launch goals

Remember, life doesn’t always give you a second chance so you won’t get another chance to launch your product. Establish clear goals within the framework of your product’s purpose and evaluate expert launch tactics.

5. Set a time for launch

Right timing is everything. If you are a travel portal, what a better time to launch that competitively priced Greece or Switzerland honeymoon package than the wedding season or if you are into selling cakes, it always makes sense to launch your online portal closer to Christmas. Customer needs always breed consumption if addressed at the right time.

With a winning product marketing strategy you can not only reach your target audience but also, convince them to pick your brand over the rest.

Linear Thought of the Present Period or Lies of History for $200 Bob

Have you ever thought to yourself when interacting with others in social situations; you know I have heard all this BS before. Indeed it seems that even intelligent people show up at a party and begin discussing; How about those Yankees or How about the weather?

Indeed most of us have nothing against baseball, as it is about as American as Apple Pie and Automobiles. And the 2005 Atlantic Tropical Hurricane Season, certainly changed the weather headlines for months on end, as if it would never stop.

Nevertheless are you simply tired of all the linear thought out there? If so well then it sounds like you are someone who could certainly benefit from higher level dialogue and assist us in bettering the Republic and moving linear thought from flickering cave walls to the masses.

Would you rather discuss other things? Do you ancient studies fascinating, do you ever wonder if all the history we have been taught and everything we know is wrong and we are doomed to repeat even if we study it because we are studying nothing more than re-written purported falsehood by the victors of that past period?

If we have all be sold a bill of goods on history then we need not discuss the past. If everyone in the present is stuck in linear thought, then why bother discussing anything but the future road ahead? Too philosophical for you; I see, well then; How about those Yankees do you think the weather will hold out for next weeks game? Think on this in 2006.