Products: Original Spot Remover & Pro Model, Su-Spin Blade.
Here in Western Kentucky, we have tournaments on Kentucky/Barkley Lakes, but also fish on the Tennessee/Cumberland Rivers as well. Buckeye Lures have products that fit well in both of these situations
Products: TD Minnow/TDM 2101SP 01, Samurai Braid
I have always been impressed with Daiwa’s Team Daiwa series of lures, and the TD Minnow did not disappoint. The realism they are able to put into their baits is truly amazing.
Products: TD Minnow, Double Clutch, TD Minnow Type SG, Daiwa Steez Flourocarbon
Have you ever picked up a lure and you just knew that it was going to catch bass? Well that’s exactly how I felt when I saw these new jerkbaits from Daiwa. The timing was perfect for testing these new beauties, with waters warming into the mid-upper 50’s. Candlewood Lake has an abundance of Alewife and the new TD Minnow does a great job of imitating these 4” bait fish.
Eagle Claws new R-Bend hook is a really neat hook, once you learn how to rig your bait. It will hold your Texas rigged worms or tubes in place as good as any hook I’ve ever used. The heavy wire hook is a great choice for pitchin and flippin into heavy cover, you’ll never have to worry about straighten one out.
Products: Water Widow, Spanky
Introduced in the fall of 2000, the Water Widow from Lunker City Fishing Specialties is sure to be hot bait this summer. The wacky worm craze has really taken hold with anglers in the last year. Lunker City Fishing Specialties has hopped on the band wagon, but with some interesting new twists to a simple lure. The Spanky is 5" in length, with both ends of the bait being larger (thicker) than the center.
With summer here, its time to take out those topwaters for some exciting bass fishing action, but don't forget to put Spro's new Chug Minnow 35 in your box. This 3.5" plug is like no other popping plug on the market. The head does not have the normal concave face of ordinary popping lures. Instead, the Chug Minnow feature a flared gill design that pushes away water at the top and the sides, but still allowing water to flow through the bottom.