Walleyes don’t like soft-bodied horse leeches or medicine leeches. But ribbon leeches, which have firm bodies, make excellent bait.
When using cowbells or flashers for lake or ocean trolling, the Snap-Loc® can be a real line saver. Attach a small Snap-Loc® to the front eye of your swivel and all the twist and spin stays between the swivel and lure.
Look at this 40″, 26 Lbs. Salmon caught inshore near Toronto, Canada. The photo was sent ccourtesy from our freinds at FishingFury.com. The Gremlin loves the Gremlin shirt used for the Salmon hero shots.
Look at this fantastic Salmon caught inshore off the great lakes near Toronto, Canada. The Gremlin gives this a definite thumbs up.
Garett caught this nice sockeye salmon on his families annual treck to the Kenai River in Alaska. It was pulled in using a 3/4 ounce Water Gremlin Snap Loc Dipsey Sinker and a Russian River Coho Fly. The Gremlin Likes!
The Deschutes River (pronounced /dəˈʃuːts/) in central Oregon is a major tributary of the Columbia River. The river provides much of the drainage on the eastern side of the Cascade Range in Oregon. The river is world renowned for its fly fishing. It is home to a unique wild and native strain of Rainbow trout [...]
The Kenai River, called Kakny in the Dena’ina language, is a river in the Kenai Peninsula of south central Alaska.The biggest king salmon — up to 98 pounds — come from the swift Kenai River. Big fish are so common in the second run of kings that there’s a special, higher standard for what makes [...]
Lake Shasta, also called Shasta Lake, is an artificial lake created by the construction of Shasta Dam across the Sacramento River in Shasta County, California. Due to its relatively low elevation, Shasta fishes well year-round. Like most lakes in California, summer time scenery isn’t the greatest, but it’s beautiful fall through spring — especially when you [...]