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Sea Bass Slaughter with the Stingnose using a Simple Technique - Non-Stop Double and Triple Headers!

June 7th, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Jigging, Saltwater Fishing, Videos No Comments »

We are really excited today! We’re out here fishing the salt water of Buzzards Bay with the Stingnose jigging spoons - and we are slaughtering the sea bass! Read the rest of this entry »


Jigging for Lake Trout with Smelt-Imitating Jigging Spoons

May 3rd, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, Jigging, Videos No Comments »

We’re back out here on the water with the boatless angler (yes on a boat again), and we’re using a special smelt imitating jigging spoon: the bigger of the Stingnose line. Read the rest of this entry »


Jigging for Lake Trout with the Stingnose Jigging Spoon

April 19th, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, Jigging, Videos No Comments »

I’m out at the mouth of the Niagara River today, geared up with the Stingnose jigging spoons targeting lake trout. Read the rest of this entry »


Catching Lake Trout with Live Bait on the T-Turn Bait Rig (Live Minnows)

March 22nd, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Videos No Comments »

Today we’re running with live bait (live minnows) on a dual T-Turn bait rig, and we’re fishing for lake trout! Read the rest of this entry »


Stingnose and In-Line Teaser Combo for Catching Smallmouth Bass

March 8th, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, Jigging, Videos No Comments »

We’re going smallmouth bass fishing today! Read the rest of this entry »


How to Catch Trout with a Yarn Fly (Bonus: How to Tie a Yarn Fly)

March 1st, 2016 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, Videos No Comments »

We are out here on the lower Niagara River in the month of December, and today we’re looking for trout. Read the rest of this entry »