Lures

Livingston Lures Introduces MultiTouch Sound Baits

Livingston Lures revolutionized the world of hard baits in 2004 with the introduction of the original EBS Technology and EBS-powered lures, which produced the sound of an actual baitfish in distress. EBS MultiTouch takes it even further, now allowing anglers to “program” the sounds their baits make, with four different settings that change the sounds emitted from EBS™ Original
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Fishing A Jig In The Cold of Winter

By Dan Wells - Jigs will catch fish 12 months out of the year however the cold water period is when a jig can really shine! When the water temps are at their lowest during the winter many bass only eat once every few days and they prefer a meal they don’t have to work hard for and provides a large amount of protein, what better then a slow moving crawdad. A jig mimics a crawdad better than
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Catfish Baits – What is the Right Cut Bait Presentation?

By Mark Fleagle -  Catfish have a very tuned sensory system that allows them to taste catfish bait from sometimes 15 ft away. They can smell and taste very small concentrations of your catfish bait when it dissolves in the water and can detect them from some distances away. This is definitely an advantage on any waters where there is a current because the smell and taste drift down stream. It
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ICAST 2014 “Best in Show” Highlights

By EZ Angler Crew: Each year at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST) the Best In Show takes the spotlight with established and new brands bringing products to the forefront to receive industry-wide recognition. This year 253 companies entered gear in 24 “Best of Show” categories in the New Product Showcase. EZ Angler congratulates the 2014 winners and here is the
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Deep Freshwater Fishing Tip – Letting It Drop After Missing The Strike

Oklahoma Trophy Bass Guide Chuck Justice reminds anglers of one of the biggest mistakes they make after missing a strike in deep water.
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The Ultimate Walleye Box

by Dan Molokken - There are a lot of things to consider when putting together the ultimate Walleye box. We’ll just assume that we are putting one together for the Mighty Mississippi River as apposed to the Great Lakes. Crankbaits One should always have an assortment of Jointed Shad Raps, including all four of the crawdad patterns and shad patterns, along with the go-to
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What’s the Deal With Fishing UV Baits? TightLinesUV Lure Co. Explains

Brett Ware, President of TightLinesUV Lure Co.talks with EZ Angler about the the correlation between UV Rays and visual tracking by bass and other predator fish. (coming soon EZ Angler independent review of Tight Lines UV lures)
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Tackling Bass Lure Basics: Bass Lure Selection Simplified

by Mike Cork - Most bass fishing anglers own enough artificial lures to fill a small tackle store. Yet a bass angler only needs a handful of baits to catch bass on most waterways. Tackle manufacturers prey on the fact that anglers are like children in a candy store, everything looks good! If we stay focused on the task at hand we can save a lot of money and still catch as many bass as the
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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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