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Perfect for trout and bass. Panfish won’t know what hit ‘em. You’ll be ready to catch brookies on up to big’uns. Get your fillet knife ready.
Oklahoma blade emits three flashes: one from each bend, and one from the creased centerline. Hammered pattern scatters even more light.
Spinner & propeller blade combo rotate rapidly to create vibrations that both you and the fish can feel. Aggressive fish can't resist striking.
All metal components. The silver parts are made of a durable stainless steel and the gold parts are brass. These lures will last until you lose them.
Gold blades for darker days & muddier water, silver blades for sunnier days & clearer water. Reverse accent colors so you're always covered.
Each kit comes with a tackle bag and stringer so you're always ready to head out. There's even room to add some of your favorite lures.
When’s the best time to fish? If you love fishing, the only bad day is the one where you aren’t on the water. But there are certainly better and worse conditions for catching fish, and countless variables that can be considered.
If you plan to keep your catch, you’ll want some way to bring it along as you continue fishing. DIY fish stringers made out of cordage are cheap and compact, so it’s worth keeping a couple of them with your other fishing gear.
They say that nothing worth having comes easy, and this is certainly true when it comes to catching fish. Learning how to fish is anything but easy. And yet, once you get the hang of it, fishing becomes more than just fun.
Knowing how to tie fishing knots can make or break your experience on the water. For all the knots there are to wrap your head around, few are as valuable to memorize as the improved clinch knot and double uni knot.
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