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Fishing Gods

Capt Wild Bill

Publisher: Capt Wild Bill

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In April 2019 after Fishing for 40 years Capt. Wild Bill sat down and wrote FISHING GODS. Come along as he takes you on The Most Epic Fishing Journey you'll have ever heard of. You'll learn his Successes and Failures with Fishing, Women, Alcohol, Piracy, Fighting the NWFO, and his UFO encounter of the Gulf of Mexico that inspired his book FISHING GODS. It's not just a Fishing Story. It's the Greatest Fishing Legend of All Time.  You'll Fall in love, Laugh out loud, get Goosebumps and Chills, and Learn how CWB catches more Fish than you can possible imagine. You will never forget the day you met Capt. Wild Bill and read the Greatest Fishing Story ever told! 
 

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