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Hot Wings

Hot Wings

This is a brand new product for Mack’s Lure, and I can see some uses for a small troll like this. One of the advantages of this troll is that it is built with Mylar blades that significantly reduces the weight of a troll such as this. read more...



Flash Lites and Wedding Ring Pro

Flash Lites and Wedding Ring Pro

Something that you will find on the shelves of your sporting goods store this year is the Mack’s Lure Flash Lites trolling blade with a couple of notable additions. I have talked about using Flash Lites repeatedly in my reports, and have mentioned the advantage of this light, Mylar bladed gang troll. read more...



The Kastmaster spoon

The Kastmaster spoon

The Kastmaster spoon has been around for a long, long time, and if you haven't given one of these unique lures a try, better head for your local sport shop and pony up the bucks for a selection. read more...



Rooster Tail

Rooster Tail

Last year I wrote a feature on "what every angler should have in their tackle box", and the Rooster Tail was on the list. The lure was develped by Howard Worden in the late 50s and has been used by millions of anglers. read more...



Cha Cha

Cha Cha

I had good luck with the Cha Cha fishing for walleye on Moses Lake, but wanted to give the lure a second chance to prove to me that walleye really liked it. Well, they do. read more...



Sage Performance Taper

Sage Performance Taper

My wife and I enjoy fly fishing whenever we can, and that means year-round. I have several different brands of fly lines on my reels, so when I loaded my reel with the Sage Performance Taper I could make a decent comparison. read more...



Double Whammy Kokanee Pro

Double Whammy Kokanee Pro

I made a trip to Buffalo Lake recently to see if the kokanee (silvers) were biting yet, and the folks at Mack's Lure gave me a couple of their Double Whammy Kokanee Pro lures to try out.  Unfortunately, the silvers weren't biting yet, but I did get a chance to see how this lure worked. read more...



Macks Lure Components

Macks Lure Components

Something that steelhead anglers might want to try for this season is the new stop knots from Macks Lure in Leavenworth. These knots are designed for "limited slip", and that means you can get a nice positive bite on your line. read more...



Rock Dancer Buck Tail Jig

Rock Dancer Buck Tail Jig

On the Story Page of my web site, I have a piece on the basic tackle for steelhead fishing in Central Washington.  In this article I mention the jig and slip bobber technique.  Jigs are essentially made with either buck tail or marabou, and both have advantages. read more...



New Lures from Worden Lures

New Lures from Worden Lures

I recently received a new product catalogue from Yakima Bait Company, and I would recommend that any angler get a copy.  There are a whole bunch of products that most anglers would be familiar with, like the Flatfish, Rooster Tail, Spin-N-Glo, Lil’ Corky and others, but you won’t believe all the new colors that they now offer in these tried and true lures read more...

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