We've added a new design in support of Restore the Delta's efforts to save the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary. For every Save the Delta / Stop the Tunnels t-shirt, tank-top and hoodie sold we'll donate $5.00 to the Restore the Delta organization. Our Save the Delta / Stop the Tunnels design features a map of the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta, with outlines of a largemouth bass (to support fishing), a tractor (to support Delta farming), and a waterskier and a boat (to support all Delta recreation) on the front. And a "no tunnels" graphic on the back. All apparel is available in a variety of colors and sizes.
With the fishing and outdoor shows starting this month, and spring fast approaching, it's time for tournament bass anglers to look for new sponsors. For fishermen just getting into the business, or those that have been out of it for while and getting back in, briansak designs has created a Sponsor Me logo that will show companies that you're not afraid to wear their colors and promote their products. The logo features an angler back-to-back with himself - the angler facing the right holds a fishing rod, while the angler facing the left holds a microphone. Across the logo are the words "YOUR COMPANY HERE." So stop wearing product advertising for free and start looking for sponsors with a Sponsor Me fishing zippered-sweatshirt, hoodie or t-shirt.
The Golden State produces some huge bass! Several waters, including Clear Lake and the California Delta, are considered by many to be the best in the world. Especially when it comes to catching trophies. To help celebrate California's claim to bass fishing fame, I've designed a new t-shirt featuring an angler holding an example of one of the state's monster largemouths. T-shirts are available in men's, woman's and children's styles and sizes, and their are a variety of colors available. Long-sleeve T's and sweatshirts will be introduced at a later date.
The first product on briansak designs, Cowboys Eat Fish Too!, was inspired by a retiring co-worker. My fellow employee is a Land Manager. And I am a Fisheries Biologist. Due to the potential for negative impacts of cattle on fish, there were at times conflicts and stress when we were in the same room. But over the years my friend educated me on the benefits of grazing cows within watersheds when managed correctly. I would also like to think that I also helped him see the importance of stream restoration and fish. As I thought about an appropriate retirement gift - something that would help my soon to be ex-co-worker remember me - the Cowboys Eat Fish Too! design was born.