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Tue, 16 Jan 2007 17:35:00 +0000Thanks to everyone who came out and visited us at the Houston Boat Show this past week. The show was a blast, but very very long. 10 days is a long time to work an event like that, but the infamous Magic Cooler at Laguna's booth made it go by much quicker. For our first big show here at home I was more than pleased with the results. We sold virtually every Devil Eye and Big Eyed Mullet that we brought, along with a lot of the B&L Original Tails, every single Quick Connect Clip we could find and the new Bismuth Jig Heads were also hot. It was interesting how many people looked at the jig heads and were amazed at how light they are.
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Hopefully all of you have had a nice holiday break so far, and maybe even got a chance to go fish once or twice. Unfortunately, all of us here have been stuck in the shop trying to fill orders and stock up for all of the upcoming shows so there won't be any fishing trips for the next few weeks. Since I won't get a chance to do any testing for a while I gave some more prototypes of our newest lure (the name shall be revealed soon...) over to the guys (and gals) from Team Paddlecast and Team Reelin' Chix to test out. If you haven't already watched it yet check out the film we got from the Paddlecast boys (Click here). Matt and his wife Beckie also went again just a few days ago and had a very productive day. Take a look at the 39" Redfish he pulled in on the new lure over on Five-O's blog.
A quick reminder on some upcoming events:
So be sure and come see us at one or both of these upcoming shows.
Sun, 17 Dec 2006 04:09:00 +0000We've been out testing the new lure again and I can't say enough about how excited I am. So far on two trips it has produced very well and now it's time to get it ready for production. On the first trip with Team Paddlecast, Five-0 and Foulhooked both had fish on their first casts, and I hadn't even anchored up yet! This last trip yesterday was also productive despite poor conditions and almost all of our fish were on the new lure. The top producing colors on both trips were Amber with a Chartreuse tail, Pearl and Chartreuse, and a solid Chartreuse color.
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I was using a 1/16 oz. screwlock jighead. The Devil eye is not a suspender, but the light jighead helps to slow the sink rate considerably.
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