I'm still working on a good logo and could use some help. I think I've got something to work with from my collection of fish pictures I've taken. Here's one I've started with and hope to make something of.
I'm hoping to select the fish and put text into the side of it. I did a preliminary version of it and posted it on the blog. Let me know what you think!!!
So what happens to Hill Country Fishing Rods? The site is going to continue as a site relating to fishing rods only. It started out that way and now is time to go back to that. The sites will continue to cross reference each other and in fact, I hope to include each site as a tab on the other site(s). Yes, you read that correctly- Sites. I'm hoping to branch out to other specifics. For instance, there will be blogs dedicated just the process of building fishing rods, a site related to my adventures in guide fishing on the Llano and San Saba rivers (more to come on that!).
This post will go to both sites but as of the next post cycle, I will be splitting the context of the sites completely. Again, the other site(s) will be just a click away as I will have them linked at the top.
Any suggestions on how to make this happen is always welcome!
Finally, Hill Country Fishing Rods finally is getting customers. We have 3 rods going to stores as soon as we get the label issue resolved and I have a rod order in progress. Of course there will be pictures coming on that as I start that process.
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