Lures

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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Competitive Advantages of Mesu Bait’s Co’s Shaky Head

MESU Baits company rep and angler Catherine Porter talks with EZ Angler about what differentiates MESU’s shaky head products.
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Tips of the Trade – Say NO to Rust!

by Josh Douglas  – It’s not the high end baits that are causing the initial problem, it’s usually that one old bait that still has that ancient split ring that causes the initial catastrophe. From there it slowly creeps one by one until it’s a ravaged every single plug in the entire box. Sure there’s ways to slow this process and clean up some of the damage, in fact I did a blog post on
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Flipping Baits For Success

by Adam Smith Through out the year my most consistent technique is flipping and pitching, whether it be structure or vegetation flipping produces fish. To be successful during spring, summer, and fall you must change up area/depths you are flipping, the structure or vegetation your flipping, and the baits your flipping. There could be hundreds of articles written on flipping but in this one I
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Keeping It Organized

by Rick Lawrence (AKA The Fish-N-Fool) If you’re a serious Bass, Pike or Musky fisherman the one thing you don’t want to do it is have to hunt through your whole tackle box looking for a lure or bait you want . I’m going to show you guys how I keep my tackle organized that make a huge difference in the amount of time it takes to find the right bait. First off the best way to store Bass
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Homemade Carp Fishing Bait Secrets Of Winter Success Revealed!

by Tim Richardson - If you are like most anglers who complain about how hard winter fishing is then remember that much of your lack of success is not anything other than your bait not working at 100 percent in cold temperatures because 95 percent of boilies are totally inefficient in low temperatures! But you have the power to change this! Have your eyes opened right now and multiply your
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What’s it worth? – Exploring Vintage Tackle

 by Mark Edson - Anyone having the slightest familiarity with vintage fishing tackle has usually heard of what I consider to be the granddaddy of all vintage fishing tackle:  The Haskell Minnow. This metal lure, manufactured in the 1850s by a gunsmith named Riley Smith, seems to embody the aura of collecting vintage tackle.  The lure came in four sizes but only three are thought to have been
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Dakine Lures

Hawaii-based Dakine Lures offers an array of beautiful handmade multi-purpose lures designed to be jigged, popped, darted and skipped across the water. Constructed of basic clear casting resin, these plugs are small yet heavy so they can be casted far even on a short rod, but sink easily. We tried various techniques to get the best results. Initially working to pop the lure on the surface
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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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Big Bite Baits 5-inch Flying Squirrels

Designed by professional angler Jeff Kriet, Big Bite Baits 5-inch Flying Squirrels provide excellent results. With a little knowledge of the water your fishing and where to throw, these baits almost made it impossible not to walk away without a catch.  Capable of being fished in numerous ways, we fished this creature bait Texas Rig style and weightless on a wide gap hook, getting some great
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