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FISHING NEWS: Tricking Trained Fish

Conditioned Fish? Flip ‘em the Wing… The Fin-Wing fools the weariest of fish with its unique vertical turn-and-swim action Traverse City, MI (January 18, 2015) – Fish are smarter than we give them credit for. Calculus and geometry being processed within those little pea-sized brains, you ask? Well… no. To be clear, they’re not that clever. But it’s been proven ... Read More »

CUSTOM JIGS & SPINS: Panfish Geometry

Panfish Geometry Horizontal vs. vertical jigs and the underwater footage to prove our point Coralville, IA, (January 13, 2016) – Pick a panfish jig. But not just any panfish jig. You want one that quivers like crappie candy; moves like bluegill food. Color matters, too. Ditto for body shape, profile, texture and, sometimes, taste. Still, it’s possible to choose wisely, while ... Read More »

CUSTOM JIGS & SPINS: Redonkulously Cool Baits

New Website, Redonkulous Baits Custom Jigs & Spins’ new site gives customers quick access to info, easier ordering Coralville, IA, (December 11, 2015) – Legendary ice tackle-makers Custom Jigs & Spins recently launched a cutting-edge website at that almost jumps off the computer screen with photos of CJS pro staff, hot baits and gorgeous fish from across the Ice ... Read More »

CUSTOM JIGS & SPINS: Nobody Glows Brighter…or Longer

A Haunting Glow that Eats Like Pumpkin Pie Custom Jigs & Spins answers customers’ requests … adding glow to Pro Series Slender Spoon Coralville, IA, (November 10, 2015) – When pounding hardwater during low-light periods, it’s no secret that a bait beaming with luminescence, routinely, will catch more fish than a lure without. Put the right glow pattern in the ... Read More »

CUSTOM JIGS & SPINS: Totally Hammered

Video: Grandpa’s Go-To Shines Through Pro Loren Keizer goes old school with Custom Jigs & Spins’ Hammered Slender Spoon Coralville, IA (September 11, 2015) – Minnows do not have it made-in-the-shade. Their scale-covered skin does just what Mother Nature intended it to do – shimmer and glimmer with every twitch they make. To put it simply: There’s no better target ... Read More »

FIN-WING: Primo Topwater & Subsurface Bait

Heavy Metal Defies Newton’s Law Keweenaw Tackle’s Fin-Wing rises to the top when the bite is looking up Traverse City, MI (August 5, 2015) – The late summer bite is quite distinctive. Most notably, the major bug hatches and shallow-kept young-of-the-year that filled fish earlier are gone. Fish of all stripes are on the prowl, attempting to pack away provisions ... Read More »

Lunkerhunt Core Strength Line New Product Releases

Lunkerhunt is introducing the Core Strength Limit Worm and new patterns for the Core Strength Lunker Bug and Core Strength Lunker Craw at ICAST. THE LUNKERHUNT LIMIT WORM The Lunkerhunt Core Strength Limit Worm™  is a new addition to the Core Strength line. It has a lot of great features that will help you catch fish. Available in 4 inch ... Read More »

CUSTOM JIGS & SPINS: Never Phoo-Phoo the Flu Flu

Never Phoo-Phoo the Original Flu Flu The Flu Flu jig is still every avid panfish angler’s fine feathered friend Coralville, IA (June 15, 2015) – The fishing is slow. No, not the catching, but the technique needed to get bit. Through trial and error you’re figuring out the panfish are fancying light-weight jigs with large profiles that descend ever so ... Read More »

FISHING NEWS: Winging it Walleyes

Pike and ‘Eyes on a ‘Wing (No Prayer Needed…) Keweenaw Tackle’s Fin-Wing allows anglers to cross the border of commonplace Traverse City, MI (June 12, 2015)– The expression “think outside the box” is so cliché these days. But when it comes to catching fish, after all, sometimes the typical tricks in one’s tackle tote have run dry. And the angler ... Read More »


Flurry of Flash and Fury Versatile Fin-Wing affirmed as a predator fish’s worst worry under the ice   Traverse City, MI (January 27, 2015) – Contrary to popular belief, predator fish are not always the unwavering marauders anglers make them to be. A brisk barometric crash or climb, intense-fishing-pressure or a misjudged moon phase can take their toll on of ... Read More »