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Trophy Walleye catchRob Griffith had a good catch with a trophy walleye caught on a 3 inch Baby Bass Lure.

Two fisherman with a truck full of fishThis picture (right) with guides Travis Lepley (641-840-0153) and Amos Grant represents a four-and-a-half hour fishing trip at Lake Red Rock on October 21, 2015. Three fishermen caught 75 nice crappies.

To book a fishing trip with Travis, please call him at (641) 840-0153.

Photo taken by TJ. You will not be disappointed. TJ

 

 

Three Natural Finish sizesAs a fisherman with over 60 years experience under my belt I am going to tell you about a new fishing lure that I discovered quite by accident in the late spring of 2009. I know that his site is about modern arrowheads so please bear with me for awhile. A lot of my customers are avid fishermen as well as collectors of modern points. The best thing about the lure besides the fact that it is absolutely the finest lure that I have ever used is that it is very INEXPENSIVE. In some cases it will out fish lures that cost five to ten dollars or more. This is a lure that you have to try to experience the results for yourself.

I call this lure TJ's BABY BASS LURE. It looks the world like a small largemouth bass that is either 1, 2, or 3 inches long. The color and texture of this rubber swim bait is dead on. Virtually every fish that swims looks at this guy as an easy target. You will be amazed at the large mouth bass that you will catch with this lure which proves that they are indeed cannibals. If you are in a good area you will catch large blue gill, red ear, crappie, walleye, largemouth bass, catfish, and white bass just to mention a few favorite species. My preferred method of fishing with this lure is to rig a 1/8 ounce jig head with the bass swimming upright and then hook it up to a beetle spin type harness. I have had good luck with both the silver and gold rigs. Personally I favor the gold because it seems to have more flash in clear water. I favor a 6 foot 6 inch medium light rod and either 10 pound test power pro line or 6 pound test fire line crystal. If I am going to go after larger bass (4 pounds plus) I would switch to the 3 inch size lure and use a 1/4 ounce jig head with the larger size harness. I have used standard lead jig heads as well as colored ones with good results. If I could choose only one it would be a colored head with the Gamakatsu red hook. I have friends who are using a 1/16 ounce jig head and the 2 inch lure and doing very well on crappie with that combination.

The first time that I used the lure last year (2009) I went to a local farm pond that previously had a very bad winter kill. I knew that the fishing would be slow and that the bass would be small. I caught a dozen bass that evening with the largest weighing approx. 2 pounds. I never went more than 30 yards from where I parked my truck. The next night I went back and fished the same water for approx. 30 minutes with four different lures. I got no strikes. I thought that this would be a good test for the BABY BASS LURE. I switched to my favorite lure and caught 4 small bass with four consecutive casts. That got me to believing that I had stumbled onto something very special. The next test was when my long time friend Dan Gormley and I fished a small strip mine pond that had VERY CLEAR WATER. You could easily see fish 10 feet down. In a little over 2 and half hours we caught approximately 40 large mouth bass with the largest being approximately 4 pounds. We also caught about 50 large 9 to 10 inch blue gills and red ear sunfish. That is when I knew for sure this was the most effective lure that I had ever used. Dan agreed that it was easily our best day of fishing for such a short period of time. I have enclosed some pictures of the lure and my preferred rigging.

You can purchase a package of 100 two-inch BABY BASS lures for $18.00 plus shipping. The price for 100 three-inch BABY BASS lures is $24.00 plus shipping. The most cost effective way to buy the lures is to buy several hundred that are shared among friends and shipped by flat rate priority US mail. That way the actual shipping costs get divided among several buyers. Please feel free to send me your comments and fishing results and I may post them on this web site.

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The cost for 50 one-inch lures is $7.50 or $15.00 for 100.

The cost for 50 two-inch lures is $10.00 or $20.00 for 100.

The cost for 50 three-inch lures is $12.50 or $25.00 for 100.

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