Spinnerbait Gunnin’ For Big Bronzebacks

A thorough investigation of any largemouth bass angler’s tackle box is sure to reveal a broad selection of spinnerbaits. These crazy safety pin shaped lures are among the deadliest largemouth bass lures of all time. They come in a variety of shapes, weights, sizes, and colors, plus they sport a wide range of skirt styles … Read moreSpinnerbait Gunnin’ For Big Bronzebacks

JOINTED LURES OR STRAIGHT MODELS

World class muskies have been taken on nearly every style of lure over time. Bucktails, spinnerbaits, topwater plugs, jigs, crankbaits and livebait have all taken their share of big ones. And, just when it looks like one specific type is beginning to dominate, preferences can suddenly change on a dime tilting statistics in the complete … Read moreJOINTED LURES OR STRAIGHT MODELS

Crankin’ Weedflats & Weedlines

Weeds, whether in a bay, flat, bar, or mid lake hump, are one of the most productive forms of cover for nearly every big gamefish that swims in freshwater. Admittedly, much of my success with magnum muskies, big bass, and wallhangin’ walleyes have come from some form of weeds. This includes every conceivable species of … Read moreCrankin’ Weedflats & Weedlines

The Roots Of A Crankbait

The term “crankbait” was actually first developed by bass tournament anglers back in the late 1960’s, and generally it referred to any hard bodied lure that had a natural, built-in action when retrieved. Before that time, such lures were referred to as plugs, wobblers, vibrating lures, and divers. In fact, the word “plugs” was as … Read moreThe Roots Of A Crankbait