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Video - Landing a Huge 23 lb Salmon with a Small Fishing Net

May 19th, 2011 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Trolling, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Watch as Ivo tries to land a huge salmon with a tiny bass net! The salmon weighed in at just over 23 pounds! Read the rest of this entry »


Video - How to Snell your own Hook

May 12th, 2011 Ivo Posted in Fish Catching Basics, Fishing Line, Fishing Lures, Videos No Comments »

This week Ivo and Antonio show you how to snell your own hooks. Many hooks come pre-snelled, however there are many great advantages to snell your own hooks. Read the rest of this entry »


Video - How to Rig Your SP5 Viper Spoon

April 22nd, 2011 Ivo Posted in Fishing Lures, Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

This week we have a highly requested video on how to rig an SP5 sized Viper Spoon with many different bait examples from a whole mackerel to a whole squid, to a cut bait strip. Read the rest of this entry »


Video - How to Spool a Bait Casting Reel

April 14th, 2011 Ivo Posted in Fishing Line, Fishing Reels, Videos No Comments »

This week we have a highly requested video for you guys: how to spool up a bait casting reel. Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Using Homemade Roe Bags to Fish For Trout from Shore

April 7th, 2011 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Shore Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Videos No Comments »

Last week Ivo and Antonio showed you how to tie your own roe bags, and this week’s video shows Ivo and Antonio fishing for trout using their homemade roe bags. Read the rest of this entry »


Video - How to Tie Roe Bags

April 1st, 2011 Ivo Posted in Fishing Lures, Videos No Comments »

This week we share with you two different methods on how to tie your own roe bags. Roe bags are often used while fishing for trout, and are a bait to use! Read the rest of this entry »