Bass Beasts Launches Bass Fishing Centered Website and YouTube Channel
Bass Beasts, a father-son team of fisherman based in Austin, partnered with MegaMad and Mark de Grasse to launch their new website and YouTube Channel.
Both Bass Beasts and MegaMad Websites are based in the greater metropolitan area of Austin, Texas. Casey Collins, owner of Bass Beasts, wanted a website that specifically highlighted their original content, grew their following, and enabled them to sell branded products. The videos they create center around fishing tips, tricks, and product reviews.
In addition to logo design and website development, MegaMad also created a video logo sting, lower third graphic, and edited the first five videos, including a highlight commercial, to get the YouTube channel started. MegaMad then started and branded each of their social media accounts to match the style of the website.
“For their website we wanted to create a clean design that highlighted their videos and products,” says MegaMad owner, Mark de Grasse. “This simple design allows their original content to be at the forefront, while allowing them to build a following and sell products at the same time.”
The goal of Bass Beasts is to promote the love of fishing and to encourage youth angler participation in the sport of fishing. The father-son team believe that there are MANY fish to be caught by anglers who don’t spend a small fortune for reels, rods, line and tackle.
What makes Bass Beasts unique is that they offer both the perspective of an adult angler and a youth angler. Caleb, the son, will be very active offering his perspective as a youth angler to current and new youth anglers. Casey, the father, will focus on products, reviews and techniques for intermediate to advanced adult anglers.
MegaMad Websites created a customized solution for them that allows them to continuously add to videos while promoting their social media channels. When the design process was complete, MegaMad provided tutorials to help these small business owners to make changes themselves.
“It was fun working with this father-son duo,” says Mark de Grasse. “I really think we helped them create a lasting impression for those looking to get into the sport of fishing.”