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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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Cody Ryan Greaney Reviews The TFO Gary Loomis Signature Series rods

Cody Ryan Greaney, Professional Angler and host of the The Outdoor Zone – 104.9 ESPN Austin, discusses the Temple Fork Outfitter’s Gary Loomis Signature Series rods. Cody explains the  combination of new, high-tech materials to give these rods the optimum mix of power and sensitivity. Company Description “Gary’s one-piece Signature rods are a rich motor oil with
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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
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Tournament Angler Danny Caldwell’s Tools of the Trade

By Danny Caldwell – With the overwhelming amount of fishing tackle, gear, apparel, and more in the industry today it’s difficult to get a perspective based solely on how the bait or equipment performs.  With the integrity of an actual product review I have taken the perspective of submitting a review of a few tools, tricks, and tackle I personally use on and off the water. Mapping
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