My plan is to create a fishing e-book on a specific species of fish to sell from my website. Basically, I"m looking for about 150 pages of content after all of the illustrations/diagrams are in there.
There will be 3 broad sections of this e-book.
Big section #1 (70 pages) will be The Beginner Fishermen section. You'll create an outline based on your experiences - and I recommend using the tables of contents of some existing fishing books out there to come up with a list of sub-sections to write the content around.
This will be all stuff that a beginner fishermen needs to know and do, including some step-by-step information. Just enough so they can get out there and catch some fish, even if they've never fishing before.
Big section #2 (70 pages): will be Advanced Fishing Tactics. Here you will also use some existing books to create an outline of this section - also use your own experiences.
Basically the content of this section will surround more advanced tactics for a variety of different situations the fishermen may come across.
Little section #3 (10 pages): Use your own experience, and hunt around for some real "old school" fishing secrets...the kind most people don't know about. Explain them, and give some steps on how to do them.
Appendix A (2-3 pages) : Lots of fishermen (especially beginners) are OVERWHELMED with the amount of lures/tackle/equipment out there on the market. They have no idea what they actually need to just get out there and catch some crappie.
This appendix will cut through the fluff and boil down to only a few different brands (or types) of each piece of fishing equipment. The title will be something like "The "Cut Out The Crap" Fishing Equipment Appendix" or somoething like that.
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