jigs

Keep Your Bait Color Selections Simple

by Jeremiah T. Bagwell In our world of endless choices, you can walk down the aisles of any tackle shop, scan the pages of lure catalogs or point and click on any tackle website and choose from hundreds of colors available for each and every lure style. While the power to choose is great, it may serve as a huge and overwhelming distraction to novice anglers. I recommend that anglers who are
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Digging Up the Value of Bone Lures

By Mark Edson When collecting fishing tackle comes to mind, many think of tackle produced by some of the giants in the business: Heddon, Pflueger, Creek Chub, and Shakespeare.  Most of these companies at some point in their long histories manufactured reels, lures, rods, tackle boxes etc.  In the past decade, however, a “non-mainstream” genre of vintage fishing tackle, “bone” jigs, has begun
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Getting More Strikes Using Chartreuse and Fluorescent Baits For Crappie

Why is Chartreuse and fluorescent  a good choice for Crappie and others fish within the sunfish category ? Jared Roper explains how bright colors illuminate with UV light and prompt a strike. By definition chartreuse is a color halfway between yellow and green.
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Custom Bait Co.’s Swimjigs

by Eric Moynihan – To begin, swim jigs are a great way to target big Bass year round. You can swim them high or on the bottom. You can burn them in or retrieve them slow. Swim jigs can be run  through the slop, around structure or in open water. No matter where you toss these awesome baits consistently, produce quality fish. There are all sorts of swim jigs available on the market today
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Will The Real Jig Head Please Stand-up

by John Boudreau Anyone who hasn’t added the “Spider Grub” technique to their repertoire is missing out on a great approach to landing big fish, especially when the going gets tough. This approach requires the combination of a jig head, and a 4” or 5” soft plastic skirted twin tail grub. The Spider Grub is fished similar to a jig, capable of being swam, dragged, suspended and even
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Late Winter – Early Spring Patterns…Fish Or No Fish….It’s Up To You

by Aaron Crippen For any tournament angler who says that its easy to go out and pattern fish after the dramatic cold fronts we have seen this year on many lakes is not wrong but it is definitely not easy. The patterns we have been so used to doing this time of the year are being pushed back and we are still seeing some of the coldest weather conditions that this country has seen in over 60
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Product Showcase: Fish-N-Fool Lures

  “Wanna Catch Fish? Don’t Be a Fool! Tie on a Fish-N-Fool Lure & get bit!”  Website: WWW.fnflures.com Phone: 208-265-5157 Email: rick@fnflures.com  About Fish-N-Fool Lures Fish-N-Fool Lures are made from the finest of extra soft hand pour plastics and use the best glitters and coloring available. Our Sink-N-Fool baits have a unique forward gliding horizontal fall
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