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Our Favorite Walleye Jigs & Plastics for Spring 2020

Posted by Walt Matan, Chief Lure Designer, Custom Jigs & Spins and B-Fish-N Tackle on May 10th 2020

Our Favorite Walleye Jigs & Plastics for Spring 2020
Check out the H2O Precision Jig The H2O Precision Jig features premium quality Mustad® hooks (the sharpest hooks available), an integrated plastics keeper that holds the body of your bait tight, and paint that just will NOT chip! The H2O Precision Jig is designed to function perfectly with live bait, plus these jigs are perfect walleye jigs for fishing with AuthentX plastics, like the Pulse-R, Moxi, Ribb-Finn and 4" Ringworm. R.I.P. Poppee, you were a true jigmaster! No other jig combines the needed balance, premium quality over-sized hook, and paint scheme found in the H …

Best Walleye Lures: 2 Hot Techniques: How to Fish a Jig

Posted by Walt Matan, Chief Lure Designer, Custom Jigs & Spins and B-Fish-N Tackle on Mar 30th 2020

Best Walleye Lures: 2 Hot Techniques: How to Fish a Jig
Walleye anglers now have more lure choices than ever before! While live bait still produces, more and more anglers are choosing lures like Rapala Shad Raps, Berkley Flicker Shads, Storm Hot-N-Tots, Rapala Husky Jerks, and Cotton Cordell Wally Divers. These are great when fish are more spread out later in the fishing season, but early on, say on opening day...a walleye angler's favorite lure is still the jig! Jigs are the most versatile lures in an anglers tackle box and arguably the best lure choice for walleye anglers right now in the spring. You can fish them with live bait o …

Who Needs Live Bait? New Technology Means You Can Skip it

Posted by Walt Matan on Jan 31st 2018

Who Needs Live Bait? New Technology Means You Can Skip it
Live bait is like a security blanket’ you feel lost and all alone without it. Time was when I never ice fished without live bait. But times have changed. With the recent advances in plastic, lure and scent technology, I feel confident traveling on nearly any body of water without bait. In fact, I think anyone can learn to ice fish without bait. Much as you fish for bass, walleye and panfish in the open water, the same principle applies to ice fishing.Fishing without live baitFishing without live bait is a weaning process. At first it's best to take little baby steps. You should fish with bait …