Salmon Spinner and Bait Rig
If you liked the old Rogue River Bait Rig you’re going to love Klamath Rigs. Originally developed for salmon fisheries in Northern California and Southern Oregon, Klamath Rigs combine the attraction of a gold-plated CV 6 blade with the enticement of your bait.
The newest 3.5 spinner
is actually a 1.0!
BV Cub spinners are Hand-Crafted with size 1 Bear Valley blades to have less drag behind a 360º flasher. These blades present a different profile to fish that keep seeing the same ol’, same ol’. They are the same length as a 3.5, but less round. Their ‘pear shape’ makes them more visible from more angles than a traditional round blade.
Sometimes you just have to have something a little different in the water.
BV Cubs can be the ‘different something’.
Wise Guy Trident Spinners and Blade
“The fish need to see something new”. We all know that ‘something new’ is often the trigger that gets fish to bite. Well, here are new colors for that proven fish catcher, Wise Guy.
Whether you want complete, ready-to-fish 3.5 class spinners, or prefer to make your own, we’ve got you covered.
Check out the brand new Wise Guy Trident Patterns here.
Yes, It’s True, Finally!
An All-in-One Shrimp Spinner for 360° Trolling!
Here’s what all the buzz has been about! A brand new take on an old favorite, the prawn spinner. Only this time we made it so it would work behind a 360° flasher.
That’s right! It’s a 3.5 Class, baitable spinner called the Shrimp Guy. It proved out so well in trials that it caught Chinook Salmon, Summer Steelhead, Coho Salmon, and even Sockeye.
The serious anglers who came up with the idea tested it and proclaimed it “deadly”.
New Colors of Arrow Flash!
Arrow Flash Dodgers are known by Tournament Anglers and Guides as one of the most effective kokanee attractors ever.
So, why the new colors? Because folks asked for them!
If your aim is to figure out how to catch more fish on any given day or lake, you simply need a great selection of gear to choose from. Every lake’s kokanee—or trout for that matter—will react differently to different colors under different conditions.
You don’t want to miss out on the bite if the fish are taking a color you don’t have.
Savvy anglers often are the ones who discover just how effective a new color can be. Be that angler.