The 10 Best Bass Fishing Websites… According to ChatGPT

I’ve had a conversation in the past with ChatGPT about my favorite bass fishing lure, the jig. In, Talkin Bass Jigs with AI, I noted how I felt that a lot of the hype around ChatGPT was garbage and just that, hype.

However, after reading more content on how to intelligently interact with the AI – by asking better questions – I’m back to chat it up again.

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This time around, I wanted to find out which are the top 10 bass fishing websites for all of our content needs.

Here ya go…

My prompt to ChatGPT: “I want you to act as a topic expert. I will provide you with a topic and you will provide me with a list of at least 10 most influential websites on that particular topic. Present the websites in a table with serial number, website name, website URL, 1-liner website summary as columns. Ask me to provide you with a topic.”

And I, of course, provided the topic of bass fishing.

Website NameWebsite URLWebsite Summary
Bassmaster official website of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) and the premier authority on bass fishing news, tips, and techniques.
Wired2Fish online community and resource for bass fishing enthusiasts that provides tips, tricks, product reviews, and news.
BassResource comprehensive online resource for bass fishing, including articles, videos, forums, and a tackle shop.
FLW Fishing website of the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), a leading tournament organization for professional and amateur bass anglers.
BassFan website and magazine dedicated to professional bass fishing tournaments, news, and rankings.
Bass Angler Magazine quarterly print and online publication featuring articles, tips, and product reviews for serious bass anglers.
Bassin’ print and online magazine that covers all aspects of bass fishing, from gear and techniques to tournament news and conservation issues.
Bassin’ USA online community for bass fishing enthusiasts, featuring forums, articles, and a tournament locator.
Bass365 website and social media community that covers all aspects of bass fishing, including news, tips, and tournament coverage.
Bassin’ Blog blog featuring tips, techniques, and product reviews for bass fishing enthusiasts of all levels.

Let me know what you think about any of these websites and if you have visited some of them before.

Maybe ChatGPT is useful after all?

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2 thoughts on “The 10 Best Bass Fishing Websites… According to ChatGPT”

  1. Hi Josh! Glad you are checking out ChatGPT! It’s definitely the popping subject on the Internet these days.

    I’ve tinkered with training ChatGPT with my writing voice, and have even asked it to create outlines and rough drafts for blog articles. The gains haven’t yet been worthwhile for me (it still takes some work to make the rough drafts sound like me), but I think it will be huge in the blog realm in the near future!
    Keep up the good work!

    1. Right on, Blaine. I agree 💯. As time goes on, I think ChatGPT will be an invaluable tool for a lot of different things. I’m using it mainly for ideas and also some for programming questions I’m trying to figure out. Thanks for your comment and I’m enjoying your content and newsletter as well. Onward and upward!

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