With more than $600,000 in prize winnings to his credit, Team Toyota angler Brandon Lester has proven himself to be one of America’s most accomplished young professional bass anglers. The Tennessean is also one heck of a family man, and was gracious enough to lend some advice to parents who soon might be taking their children fishing for the first time.
A new package of deer hunting regulations designed to simplify rules and remove barriers to participation was introduced to the Michigan Natural Resources Commission at the commission’s regular monthly meeting. The regulations, proposed for the 2020 deer hunting season, are scheduled for an NRC vote in June.
The Strike King Squadron Jig head lineup has been expanded to include the Baby Squadron Swimbait Head for finesse swimbait tactics.
The Baby Squadron Swimbait Jig Head comes with a wide-gap, chemically sharpened 2/0 black nickel hook and durable finish and is sized to fit the 2.75 & 3.25 Rage Swimmer, along with the 3.5 Shadalicious.
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This 1920s Heddon Muskie Minnow was purchased by lure collectors at a previous Niles Riverfest. Although it had prop blades, it was weighted to run underwater and create a disturbance to attract muskies. (Photo by Doug Bucha)
In addition to showing their valuables made by the likes of the former Heddon, South Bend, Paw Paw, Creek Chub and Shakespeare tackle companies, the collectors are seeking any historical information people have from the pre-1970s era, including that about obscure smaller tackle manufacturers as well.