Lure: Tri-Alive™ Meeny
Fish Caught: WalleyeMe and my father have been fishing Mississinewa for the past 28 years. We have had good fishing outings and bad ones. We've caught alot of fish out of the river but on July 25, 2008 we had a day like no other. Dad and I enjoy wading so thats what we did, we got in the water around 7:30 a.m it was a nice overcast day.So we felt we might be able to catch a few walleye but after a hour of slow fishing I decided to look in his tackle box for a change in lure. What happened next was the best day of walleye fishing we ever had in good old Indiana. I dug threw mounds of tackle and pulled out a package of MisterTwister 3" Curly Tail grubs the color threw me off for a minute they where an odd green and orange with a blue flake but I put it on anyway. I casted out and on the first cast I caught a 3lb walleye, but it didn't stop there I kept fishing with them and in about 20 cast I caught 16 walleye. My dad saw I was tearing it up so he put one on and on his first cast caught a 5lb walleye. We continued using the 3" grubs until around noon and we had caught at least 30 walleye some big and some small but we had one of the best times we ever had in the Mississinewa River. So, I write this to say Thank You....to the Mister Twister brand for one of the most memberable days of fishing I have ever had. Thank you!!!!
Lure: Exude™ RT Slug
Fish Caught: RedfishThe Mister Twister RT Slug is great. It has alot of action I was barely twiching it and then a big 27 inch, 11 pound red took my bait. It was the biggest red I ever landed.
Fish Caught: Crappie (Black) - Crappie (White)I have used this lure plenty of times and always had luck in many depths from shallows, to letting it sink to bottom. I bought the 2inch Mister Twister chartreuse G-Grub lure and when casting it into open water steady retrieve one fish nailed it. It was a good fight and the fish was around 2 pounds was a heavy fish. Recently I was fishing along an edge where this is a 2 foot bank that just drops straight down. I casted along the shoreline and let the lure sink and I started reeling. I felt the fish start biting so after it started taking out the line I set the hook. The fish put up a good fight at the beginning but I was sure it was a bass until I pulled it out of the water. It measured in at 16 inches. I cant wait to try these in the winter when crappie fishing starts.