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February Testers Announced

We are excited to announce the 75 tester we picked for February. The winning testers this month will be getting some samples of the new colors we will be adding this spring. If you did not get picked, we will continue to pick more testers every month and we have a lot of baits to give away! Here are the winners. …

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7 Ways To Rig A Finesse Worm [VIDEO]

In this video, Jim LoDuca (AKA TackleJunky81) shows you 7 ways to rig a finesse worm like the 6.5″ PlasmaTail. This video is a great overview for anyone looking to learn a new rig or refresh on one they already know. In this video Jim covers the following rigs: Shaky head, Texas rig, Carolina rig/split shot, drop shot/power shot, Neko …

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October/November 2015 BioSpawn Testers

We have picked the latest list of tester to get free samples of our products. The October & November winners are below! If you want to be on the list for a chance to get picked, click here. Rich Aiken (**dnck1@*ol.co*) Willard Allen J.r. (will**d.*ll*n@*l*ck*o**dss.co*) Kendall Anderson (k*nd*ll*nd**son41@g**il.co*) Chris Armstrong (**ng****ss14.c*@g**il.co*) Dail Baldwin (d**2012@*ot**il.co*) Scott Bankert (scott.**nk**t@g**il.co*) Jaime Banks (utu**.j*i***stin@outlook.co*) …

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How To (Successfully) Fish A Ledge

Over the last dozen years or so, summertime fishing across much of the Bass heartland is dominated by anglers pulling big stringers from offshore “ledges.” To inexperienced anglers, the concept of ledges and how you fish them can not only be a little abstract, it can be downright confusing. Ledges are essentially just drop-offs on the old river channel found …

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Fishing Report (10/11/15)

Summer might have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean you’ve stopped lightin’ it up with BioSpawn! We’ve been seeing some strong catches from our fans, as usual, and especially now with the new 6.5″ PlasmaTail added to you arsenals. If you haven’t tried this bait out, you’re in for a treat once you get your hands on it. …

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Great Lakes Smallies Straight Up EAT the PlasmaTail

In the early part of the year, say January through March, northern anglers spend their idle time jealously looking at pictures of southern anglers hoisting big bass after big bass – while their local fishing holes are best suited for skating. It’s about this time each year that the script is flipped… While the southern boys are sweating out 100 …

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3 Tips For Locating (And Catching) Fall Bass

Many top pros consider the late-summer/early fall period the toughest time of the year to fish. There is still lots of recreational traffic, water temps are still high, and the bass have seen a steady dose of baits for the last several months. That being said, despite how tough the early fall can be, a day on the water is …

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3 Tips To Catch More Bass On Points

If you’ve read any article ever written about bass fishing, you’ve probably seen some iteration of the following sentence: “Bass relate to points, so they are a great location to try presentation x.” By definition, points occur any time the land sticks out into the water, and it’s true, bass do love points. Unfortunately though, despite the reams of articles …

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Pro Tips To Choosing The Right Size Worm

Watch enough commercials these days and you’ll quickly get the impression that the saying “bigger is better” is back as a major marketing thesis. From cell phones to fast food, companies are upsizing everything to compete for your dollars. It’s even spilled over into fishing, where new realizations about bass prey size have launched an arsenal of big baits; from …

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