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SPRO CORP Adds Shinichi Fukae To Their Pro Staff

SPRO CORP Adds Shinichi Fukae To Their Pro Staff
I have been part of the staff for SPRO Corp for going on 8 years now and I couldn’t ask for a better company to work with.  Their product is superior to others and the variety of baits as well as their terminal tackle is incredible. SPRO is always making moves and this year they... Read more »

Custom Bait Colors: Great Way to Fool Fish

Custom Bait Colors: Great Way to Fool Fish
Recently I wrote about the difference that color makes when choosing your baits. The argument was whether it was a deal breaker or just a way to catch the fisherman. There is a little expansion onto this that should be discussed and now would be a good time to do such. We all have our... Read more »

Crankbaits for Big Spring Fish

Crankbaits for Big Spring Fish
Recent weather patterns haven’t lent themselves much to lulling us into a feeling that spring is really upon us.  Snow storms and heavy rains have really put a damper on those trying to venture out to chase the fish of their choice. In my case there have been many trips spoiled by the changing weather... Read more »
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Spring Bass and Crankbaits

Spring Bass and Crankbaits
The ice has left the lakes and ponds and the bright sunny days are starting to warm up their waters.  The bass are on the move and soon the big girls will be up on the beds while the males cruise the inside edges of the weeds. The magic time, however, is just beginning.  The... Read more »

Fall Jerkbait Walleyes

Fall Jerkbait Walleyes
Fall is here in the Midwest and this has turned the days shorter and the nights longer. The air is crisp and the nights are flirting with the freezing mark.  This is a perfect clue that it is time to hit the local rivers for the golden night prowler, Mr. Walleye. Most fisherman hang up... Read more »

Late Night Eyes!

Late Night Eyes!
Fall is here in the Midwest and this has turned the days shorter and the nights longer. The air is crisp and the nights are flirting with the freezing mark.  This is a perfect clue that it is time to hit the local rivers for the golden night prowler, Mr. Walleye. Most fisherman hang up... Read more »
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