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Maryland Testimonials

Ron Keller – Pocomoke River, Maryland

Lure: 6" Phenom® Worm

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth

Back in the 70's I was heavy into Bass fishing small impoundments on the farm. the black/ chartreuse was my favorite rigged on #1 keeper hook. I have recently returned to my roots of Bass fishing( several yrs spent offshore and salt water fishing)I just purchased all new sets of Mister Twister 6" phenom worm along with #1 keeper hooks. two weeks ago I found an old tackle box with the last of set up I used over 30 yrs ago and I tore up the bass for an hour before the lure gave up on me. I can't wait for this order to arrive!!

Herb Hickman – Choptank River, Cambridge,Md., Maryland

Lure: Split Double Tail

I fish with two pardners on the choptank river in Cambridge, Md. and it is not at all difficult to catch in excess of two hundred white perch in a four hour period.It is an awsome lure for the kind of fishing we do. The Mister Twister Split Double Tail lure has hooked cat fish, hard head, sea trout, crappie, white perch, flounder and miriad other species. Thanks for the lure. Herb

Chris Imler – Susquehanna River And Potomac River, Maryland

Lure: G-Grub®

Fish Caught: Bass, Rock - Bass, Smallmouth - Bass, Striped - Crappie (White) - Pickerel - Trout, Sea/Speckled - Walleye

Thank You, So very much for bringing back this awesome lure which is like my old stand by lure the Curly Tail Meeny. I've prayed for the day that it would reappear again. This has to be the only plastic lure that will out fish any other plastic anywhere on the market !!!! This time I will stock up so that I will never run out again. It will catch any species out there.

Fred Manzanares – Potomac River, Maryland

Lure: TUBO with Salt

Fish Caught: Pike, Northern

I was fishing the river at a creek mouth in about 15' of water. I tossed the Tubo up stream and WHAM !!! A northern Pike about 32" crushed it and the fight was on. If you have large salamanders in your water systems I say get this tube and see what monsters take you for a ride.

Robert Pet – Susquehanna River, Maryland

Lure: G-Grub®

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth

Finally someone has brought back the Mr. Mean lure. I have had fantastic fishing days with the blue and chartruese G-Grub on the Potomac, Susquehanna, as small lake impoundment. I would like to know if you will be adding the silver coating on one side of the tail like the Mr. Mean lure. The little bit of flash resulted in hellacious hits on the initial drop when I used it years ago.

Mike Mulderick – Dorchester County Private Pond, Maryland, Maryland

Lure: G-Grub®

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.

TC – Susquehanna River (Conowingo Pool), Maryland

Lure: Floating Jigheads

Fish Caught: Walleye

The floating jighead is one of the best kept secrets in fishing..I have literally caught just about every species of freshwater fish on these bad boys at one time or another...put your splitshot(s) a foot or so up the line from the jighead and depending on your bait (Nightcrawlers, minnows, leeches) and depth you can literally catch any type of fish with a simple setup...no need to "jig" since the current of the water and the movement of the bait does the work for you....great product.

Trevor – Gaithersburg, Maryland

Lure: Split Double Tail

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth

I've used the Split Double Tail Grub for a number of years now for many different purposes. One thing that I have found it very useful for but few people know of is as a jig trailer. The Split Double tail gives the look of crayfish claws and adds extra bulk and flash to the lure. They also come in many different colors so you can match it to nearly any jig. I've caught many large bass with this combo! Good Fishin'.

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