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Advantages and an Effective Set-up for Bottom Bouncing

July 22nd, 2010 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Jigging, Saltwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Trolling, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Bottom Bouncing – one of the absolute best ways to troll or drift for any fresh water or salt water games fish, hanging around the bottom. There are many advantages to bottom bouncing that will definitely put you on to more fish and in this article, I will share the top 2 advantages with you. Read the rest of this entry »


Success: Viper Spoon Lands some Lake Erie Fish

July 8th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Trolling, Viper Spoon No Comments »

The other day we received this great email from a guy named Joe B. Take a look at this: Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Fan-footage of the Viper Spoon in Action Catching some Serious bluefish!

June 15th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Saltwater Fishing, Trolling, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

We were surfing around YouTube the other day and stumbled across these two short videos of some fan-footage of the Viper Spoon in action catching some serious bluefish! Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Quick Secrets on Bottom Bouncing and then some Big Trout!

May 21st, 2010 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Trolling, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

This week we have a bunch of very important quick tips on how to bottom bounce effectively. You can use this bottom bouncing method for fish other than trout, whether they are saltwater or freshwater. Read the rest of this entry »


Viper Spoon Inshore Fishing in Gulf Coast Florida

April 8th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Saltwater Fishing, Shore Fishing, Viewer Questions, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Viewer Question: “I do a lot inshore fishing in Gulf coast Florida (piers, surf, jetties). I know that the viper spoon was purposely made for the northeastern fisherman, but I would really enjoy using it on my next outing. I regularly fish for snook, sheapshead, snapper, red drum, mackerel, and Pompano. My only problem is that I am unsure of what size to choose and how to use it effectively to catch these specific fish. Any ideas?” - Michael Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Fluke fishing in Rhode Island - Fishing for Fluke with the Viper Spoon and Boa Jig’r

March 18th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Jigging, Saltwater Fishing, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

We’re fishing down in Rhode Island, drifting along using Viper Spoons and jigging with Boa Jig’rs. As bait, we’re primarily using whole squid on the Viper Spoons, and cut squid on the Boa Jig’rs. Read the rest of this entry »