Posts Tagged ‘Bait’

Rubber Worms and steelhead
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Appreciating rubber worms

It’s truly amazing just how many different species of fish will eat rubber worm, from largemouth bass to steelhead to pike and panfish.

Luigi de Rose and high-water bass
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Fishing high-water bass

Fishing during a flood wasn’t as easy as I expected. Finding the most productive bass areas is the key to a good day on the water.

a pike lurking in the depths
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Trolling with wire for pike and muskie

Trolling with solid-strand wire line isn’t a new concept. Wire is a time-honoured method for muskie, pike, lake trout, and other species.

walleye on a hook
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Looking at horizontal jigging basics

There is a time and place for rod holders when trolling; whether short or long-lining, pumping the rod can trigger walleye to bite.

flashed up swimbait for smallmouth
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Customizing paddle tails

Although effective right out of the package, learning how to modify swimbaits is well worth the effort.

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Add appeal to store-bought lures

If the bite has slowed to a crawl, a change may be in order. The quickest way to spice things up is by adding a hint of colour to your baits. Here are some of my favourite ways to customize.

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Paddling for remote walleye

Like many angling-obsessed youths, I would fish whenever and however I could. Canoes and sit-in kayaks were some of the first ways I got off the bank.

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Overlooking mono is a mistake

Monofilament line has several beneficial characteristics, making it a great option to use in certain situations. Here are just a few.

duel hardcore magnetic baits weight transfer system diagram
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Yo-Zuri Duel Hardcore baits

Duel has been recognized as a world leader in the tackle industry’s manufacturing of high quality fishing products for nearly 50 years.