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September 2015 Testers Announced!

We have picked the latest list of tester to get free samples of our products. The September winners are below! If you want to be on the list for a chance to get picked, click here. Kristian Adkins (K**DK*N*24@GM**L.COM) Jordan Allender (mon*********27@gm**l.com) andy bagdasarian (*ndy@po*nd*x***nu*.com) Eric Bailey (***c.***l*y86@gm**l.com) Lance Baker (l*nc***k**903@y*hoo.com) Keith Bateman (k***h****m*n0@gm**l.com) Tom Beyer (*cm**w*ngco@ho*m**l.com) seth bigger (***gg**2707@gm**l.com) …

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4 Soft Plastic Mods You Must Try

For tackle junkies, half the joy of fishing comes from tinkering with baits, altering presentations, or customizing their tools to trigger a couple extra bites. Call them obsessed, crazy, or whatever, bottom line is – certain anglers just need to add their own personal flair to their presentation. Because of its unique shape and profile, the VileCraw has already become …

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How To Catch Big Bass In Thick Vegetation

It’s common knowledge that big bass love to hang out in the thickest vegetation available. Heavy grass contains abundant forage, overhead cover, and respite from the summer heat. As enticing as heavy grass is for bass, it’s very frustrating to fish. Between snags, difficulty moving a boat, and lost fish – probing heavy vegetation can be an exercise in frustration. …

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Drop Shot Vs. Shaky Head? When To Use Each…

Finesse tactics have revolutionized bass fishing. In the past, if you weren’t getting bit throwing traditional presentations like spinnerbaits, cranks, or flipping – “they just weren’t biting.” That’s no longer the case. More and more anglers are finding that switching to finesse tactics can generate strikes when everything else fails, making “they’re just not biting” a phrase seldom uttered by …

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How And When To Fish A Wobble Head Jig

The revolution in electronics allows anglers unprecedented access to bass that inhabit deep structure. Years ago, unless you put hours in practicing, you weren’t going to find fish offshore. Now, any novice with a GPS can find the best humps, ledges, and rock piles with the touch of a button. What that means is that offshore bass are getting more …

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Fishing Report (8/26/15)

Whoa. That about sums it up. You all keep reelin’ in the pigs, all summer long. And who can blame you? Armed with the versatile VileCraw, potent PlasmaTail, and excellent ExoStick, the fish really don’t stand a chance. Once again, we’ve got a killer assortment of catches from our #BioSpawn fans out there on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Love the 4.5 plasma …

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Two Deadly Sight Fishing Combos

Sight fishing is one of the most exciting ways to catch a bass. Something about watching them attack gets even the most even-keeled anglers pretty fired up. Sight fishing isn’t all about the spawn either. In northern lakes and any time there’s clear water you can sight fish all year – if you’ve got a good set of eyes and …

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3 Ways To Increase Confidence In A Bait

It’s easy to get too comfortable as an angler. You have some success with a particular bait or presentation, and next thing you know, it’s all you throw – which is fine when it’s working, but what happens when your old standbys aren’t producing like they used to? Try another bait, that’s what! As easy as that sounds, it’s much …

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Action Vs. Durability: The Soft Plastics Debate

It’s a constant struggle for soft plastics manufacturers. How to make baits durable while maintaining the proper action required to maximize bites. In general, the firmer the plastic, the more durable it is – while sacrificing some action by being less flexible. The solution to that struggle is all about design. By using high tech computer aided designs, manufacturers can …

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How To Rig A “Punch Rig” In 6 Easy Steps

Fishing heavy vegetation is one of the best ways to target summertime bass. Matted vegetation provides cover, shade, and an abundance of baitfish, crawfish, and insects to feed on. The hottest tactic for catching bass in matted vegetation is a punch rig. A punch rig is no more than a heavy Texas rig with the addition of a punch skirt …

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