World Record Striper on Shark Tank
|World Record Striped Bass Fisherman|
"Gregg Myerson" appearing on the
Shark Tank Show in Episode 626
The owner of World Record Striper Co is Greg Myerson, who'll be appearing on the next Episode 626 of the Shark Tank Show. If you happen to catch a World Record Striped Bass in your lifetime, some might call it luck. When you catch a second Striped Bass beating your own record while using the same homemade lure, you know it was anything but luck. And when you catch a World Record Striped Bass for the third and SOB a fourth time using the same lure, we'll, this new Shark Tank Product certainly earned its name.
While catching all four World Record Bass with a lure Greg calls the Rattle Sinker, Myerson's also landed more Striped Bass over 50 pounds than any fisherman in Recorded History using his invention the RattlerSinker. Now if that's not impressive enough reason to try this World Record Fishing Lure, maybe knowing Greg's also won the "Striper Cup Tournament" in the last three out of four years.
To consistently catch gigantic Striped Bass including one fish weighing over 100 pounds, Myerson takes a brand new approach to catching these monster fish. During a feeding frenzy when lots of different-sized Bass are present, the Monster Bass is close by, but swimming on the bottom ocean floor. Their favorite food is crayfish, baby lobster's, shrimp, crabs or any type of crustaceans, and this is where Greg focused his attention when designing his World Record Striper Lure.
After two decades working with sounds and vibrations mimicking crustaceans, the Rattle Sinker was perfected into a World Record Striper Lure consistently catching the biggest Striped Bass any Humans ever caught. You still use a live bait for the Monster Striped Bass, but it's the clicking sound built into the sinker that mimics crustaceans and naturally draws them into the area.
World Record Striper Co Reviews before Shark Tank ShowPerhaps the Best Review for The World Record Striper Company's product is from Greg Myerson himself. The video titled "Striped Bass Fishing with Gregg Myerson: First Drift" might not be very long, but that's all the time He needs to catch and land a 50-pound fish.
If there's one Shark Investor that spends a lot of time fishing when not making deals, its Daymond John. Deal or no deal for The World Record Striper Co., Daymond spends enough time fishing that I wouldn't be surprised seeing a video of the two catching Striped Bass in the near future. Heck, I wouldn't even be surprised if John makes a deal so that he'd have a good reason to go fishing with the World Record Holder Himself.
Watch The World Record Striper Company this Friday night on a Brand New Episode of the Shark Tank and see if Greg Myerson can snag a Shark to add to his impressive fish collection.
World Record Striper Co. Website