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Leland Lures Trout Slayer

Leland Lures Trout Slayer

  • Place one or two split shots 10-12″ above the lure. Cast the lure across the river and allow to sink close the bottom
  • Keep the rod close the water to help the lure to stay deep. Stop it from time to time allowing it to touch the bottom of the river.
  • The lure works best when it looks natural and moves along the bottom of the river. Low light conditions seem to work best for big fish.
  • Some of the biggest fish we caught on this lure have come just before dark while bringing it along the bottom of the stream.
  • Many species of trout hit this lure but Browns particularly like it. Smallmouth also hit this lure fished the same way.

The Trout Slayer is meticously designed to fall flat in the water with subtle natural movements. The unique black size 6 long-shank hook allows for the perfect hook gap. The small size, realistic colors and natural movement make it an exciting asset to any light-line fisherman’s tackle box.

List Price: $ 2.99

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eFishBox.com Debuts Extensive Line of Fishing Tackle

(PRWEB) August 8, 2008

eFishBox.com (www.efishbox.com) offers the most extensive selection of fishing tackle – lures, electronics, and much more – at competitive prices, often less than Wal-Mart. The new Web site relies on drop shipping to keep inventory storage prices down. Now fishing enthusiasts can focus on finding the perfect gear and spinning tales of the one that got away.

eFishBox is a true labor of love. Products are assessed by Ted Koppel, a fishing hobbyist and owner of eFishBox.com, and included based first on what works and what people want. Read more…

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Eastern Trout Fly Fishing Flies Sampler Plus Fly Box

Eastern Trout Fly Fishing Flies Sampler Plus Fly Box

  • 12 Common Flies to Eastern Waters
  • 6 Compartment Fly Box
  • Affordable & Durable Flies

Here is an assortment of 12 flies plus a fly box which cover a wide variety of eastern hatches. Includes 1 each of the following: #14 March Brown, #14 Parachute Adams, #16 Quill Gordon, #16 Sulphur Comparadun, #14 Parachute Light Cahill, #14 Light Hendrickson, #14 Dark Hendrickson, #18 Parachute Blue-winged Olive, #20 Trico Spinner, #12 Bead Head Black Wooly Bugger, #16 Bead Head Flashback Pheasant Tail and a #12 Bead Head Prince Nymph. Read more…

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Basic Fishing Gear For The Beginner Angler

Fishing can be a great relaxing activity that brings you closer to nature. The thing is that many people don't really get the best out of a fishing trip primarily because they encounter problems when dealing with their fishing equipment. It is important you get the right kind of fishing equipment and you are properly prepared for your fishing excursion.

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Important Questions to Ask About Fishing Rods

When you are purchasing new fishing rods, you shouldn’t just go into the store and pick the first rod that catches your eye. If you want the best results possible with your purchase, you need to take into consideration some important factors that should guide your fishing rods.

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Fishing Rod Selection Tips

The question many bass fisherman face when it comes to selecting the right rod for the right lure, is how on earth do I select the right rod, and do I really need 15-20 rods? Well the answer is Yes, and No. The analogy I like to use is this: When you go golfing, do you take only your putter? Absolutely not because then you can not drive the ball off the tee very far! You would never even make it to the green to use the putter.

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