in the spread fishing videos
Apr 26, 2019

Fishing Videos | How to Catch Fish | In The Spread

InTheSpread.com is an online subscription based provider of highest quality saltwater and freshwater instructional fishing videos. Our concept is to empower fishermen of all skill levels with more knowledge. The more someone knows, the better decisions they are able to make. We want to accelerate your learning curve and eliminate some of the frustrations associated with fishing a multitude of conditions throughout the seasons. By building the most extensive and diverse instructional fishing video collection in the world, we are able to offer a one stop shop for sport fishing instruction. There is no reason to waste time hunting for and having to sieve through content on search engines to find really good quality info on how to catch fish. In The Spread is the resource to turn to when you need very precise and at times profound information on how to target a given species. 


We only work with the very best fishermen. These are super accomplished, deep thinking captains, guides and anglers who are able to articulate their thoughts in a very relatable manner. Our team of instructors bring a vast understanding of ecological and environmental conditions, how those conditions change through the seasons, how to read the conditions and adapt techniques, what the fish are communicating and how best to present to a given fish based on these dynamics.


The best part is we have no filters or time limits. We do not answer to sponsors. Our only agenda is delivering the very best intel. This gives our team a no holds barred approach to sharing knowledge. In The Spread instructors are able to take all the time they need or want to explain a concept and then demonstrate how best to execute on it. Based on their years on the water analyzing fish behavior, developing techniques and products, conducting seminars and teaching, the In The Spread team understands what anglers, the world over, should know and deliver on it. Viewers have a unique opportunity to learn everything our select group of sport fishing gurus know. These are elite fishermen who have honed their skills plying the waters in pursuit of top game fish.


We provide an unforgettable learning experience. Our offering is the most complete and in-depth instructional oriented production currently available in the fishing industry. Within this comprehensive learning system lies technical information and practical methodologies related to conditions, structure, baits, tackle, tactics and techniques, rigging methods and boatmanship critical to any successful game fish undertaking.


Our underlying objective goes to the heart of what fishing is all about, which is sharing knowledge to enhance somebody else's angling experience. Greatness cannot be achieved with half measures, so we endeavor to create the single most comprehensive resource for learning valuable tips and techniques.


-Seth Horne

CEO, In The Spread

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