If you leave your tackle pliers home when you tie flies you can use split shot to hold hackle tips and other odds and ends out of the way as […]
When stream fishing for trout and salmon, you want to cast across the stream and let your bait drift down with the current barely “ticking” the bottom. In this way, […]
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When river fish use snag infested areas, don’t fret. Snap-Loc® is here. Tie the river rig with a three-way swivel with your line attached to one end in line with […]
Water Gremlin’s Snap-Loc® is undoubtedly one of the world’s most versatile, easy-to-use sinkers. It works great for bottom or drift fishing. The secret is in Snap-Loc’s® amazing patented Snap-Loc® eye […]
This is one of the Water Gremlin favorite plus methods. Thread an “O” ring on your line and tie your lure to 10 to 12 pound test monofiliment. Place a […]
When you want to “suspend” a lure in the river’s current, this simple rig often solves problems. Slide an Egg Sinker on the line and pinch on a small split […]
Here’s Samantha pulling in another Large Mouth Bass on the Black River near Melrose, WI. The Gremlin says it looks like the perfect day to be floating the river.
This Maryland record white perch is a true sight to behold. On April 16th, 2003, Danny Wells caught this 1 lb., 7 oz beauty from the Gunpowder River of Maryland. […]
Here’s a couple nice Large Mouth Bass Jared recently caught while fishing the Mississippi River near LaCrosse, WI. Looks like it was a nice day to be fishing. The Gremlin […]
On December 15th, 2000, Anthony Duncan was fishing on the New River in Virginia when he caught this 15 Lbs., 15 oz. bruiser of a walleye.