Fishing Equipment Reviews

Nautic Start II Review [VIDEO]

Check out our review of the Nautic Start II – Lithium Reserve Power Source and Mini Jump Starter!  We spent 6 weeks testing out the Nautic Start II and have to say, we’re very impressed with the results. This is a must have for anyone for home use, car, boating and camping. This unit is small, compact & powerful.

Tactics & Techniques

Drop Shot Fishing Tips [VIDEO]

Drop shotting in the post spawn is a great way to catch bass that are around blue gill beds or guarding fry.  It also makes for a great follow up bait when you’re fishing topwater lures shallow.  Here’s some drop shot fishing tips that will help you make the right presentation at this time of year.  We also tested out the brand new Keitech Leech, a killer 3″ drop shot bait that can be rigged two different ways.

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Keitech USA Swing Impact Review

Location: Branson Fishing Guide Service on Table Rock Lake Branson Missouri.

Rigging: ¼ ounce Dart Head Jigs as Swimming Grubs and as trailers on Jigs and spinnerbaits.

Conditions: Weather conditions was a cloudy windy day, Low Pressure approaching. Water color was clear, Water temp was in the low 70’s.

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Keitech USA Swimbait Review

After doing the review of Keitech’s Model 1 jigs this spring, I jumped at the chance when Brendan asked me to do another review of a Keitech product. This time it was a review of one of their soft plastic lines, the Swing Impact.

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Keitech USA Tungsten Model 1 Product Review

Branson Missouri, Table Rock Lake

Flooded Timber and Brush, Flooded Cedars, Morning Take off 7:00am, Partly cloudy then cloudy Skies,
3 – 5 Feet very muddy water.

After receiving a few of these Keitech Jigs for review I thought I would go out and give them a good testing on the flooded water of Table Rock Lake.

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Keitech USA Model 1 – Kevin Springer

Products: Model 1 (Casting Jig), Custom Triler

Jigs are one of the top lures used to catch huge stringers of fish on Kentucky Lake and one of my primary go to lures on tournament day. When Brendan called and asked me if I would be interested in doing a product review of a new jig from Japan, my interest was definitely peaked. I knew what quality crankbaits were coming out of Japan, but was unsure what could be so great about a jig from Japan.