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Video - Fluke Fishing - Drifting the Viper Spoon for Fluke

January 28th, 2010 Ivo Posted in Drifting, Saltwater Fishing, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

We’ve rigged up our viper spoons with both live and artificial baits and drifted them along the bottom, enticing fluke after fluke into biting. Read the rest of this entry »


2 Ways to Better Fluke Fishing - Part 1 of 2

January 19th, 2010 Claudio Posted in Drifting, Saltwater Fishing, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Hello folks, I’ve been fishing for fluke for years and I absolutely love it. I’ve jigged with bucktails and have also dragged the bottom with cut-bait to catch them. Both methods work quite well. Caught some nice doormats through the years…. great memories. Read the rest of this entry »


The Boatless Angler - Chapter 9 - Fall Salmon Fever

November 10th, 2009 Antonio Posted in Boatless Angler, Casting, Fishing Lures, Top Water Fishing, Viper Spoon No Comments »

When the leaves begin to turn, the shore fishermen know one thing: it’s time to get out the hip waders and target those big spawning salmon! Read the rest of this entry »


10 Awesome Reader-Submitted Fishing Photos #1

October 27th, 2009 Phil Posted in Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Thundermist Lure Company, Viewer Questions, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Hello everyone, we’ve received a lot of truly awesome photos from our readers. We’ve put them in our photogallery but we’d like to make a special post to highlight just a few of the many great pictures we’ve received. Thanks for sending in the pictures, and keep up the great fishing! Read the rest of this entry »


How to Catch Bluefish and Stripers, while Fishing for Fluke and Sea Bass - Part 3 of 3

September 2nd, 2009 Claudio Posted in Drifting, Saltwater Fishing, Top Water Fishing, Viper Spoon No Comments »

I got a great rush from fighting the fish as it was pretty strong and pealing drag occasionally. As I reeled it closer to the boat, I could see that it was a nice striper. Initially, I thought I had a blue on… bonus! Measuring at 32 inches, into the cooler he went. Read the rest of this entry »


Video - Slow Trolling for Evening Walleye - Trolling Tangle-Free with the T-Turn and Viper Spoon

August 25th, 2009 Ivo Posted in Freshwater Fishing, T-Turn Swivel, Videos, Viper Spoon No Comments »

Today we’re fishing in Lake Erie, just outside of Buffalo. In just a couple hours, we landed a multitude of walleye, and even a bonus smallmouth bass. Read the rest of this entry »