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Caleb Peck – Columbia River Near Tri-Cities, Washington

Lure: 3" Tri-Alive™ Meeny

Fish Caught: Bass, Smallmouth

I too have had great success with Tri-Alive in perch(Green & Orange with Gold & Blue Flake). I attach them to a skirted jig produced by another manufacturer in the exact same color and the combination has not yet failed to produce smallmouth.

Fred Neal – The Rivers Of Western Washington, Washington

Lure: Steelhead and Trout Jig

Fish Caught: Steelhead

Your jigs under a float have produced quite a few steelhead (both winter and summer run in all waters) for me over the past few years. I especially have done well with the #66 pattern. The worm tail really gets their attention. Keep producing these as I will keep buying them, thanks - Fred

Steve Burress – Washington State Pro Staff, Washington

Lure: 5" Comida

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth

Don't limit this bait for only largemouth. I used the Comida on the Columbia River last spring for Smallmouth and it worked great.

I used it weightless and would throw it around large rocks and especially around footings for channel markers and wood jetties. If you can find a large culvert with water flowing into your river,lake, or reservoir, skip the Comida up inside the culvert and let it 'wash' out. Keep a semi tight line and watch for that line jump as it drifts.

Big Smallmouth love the Comida!

Tell me how it worked for you;

Tight lines.

Steve J Burress – Washington

Lure: 2¾" TwisterMite

Fish Caught: Bass, Largemouth - Bass, Smallmouth

I have used the TwisterMite in bass tournaments for the past couple of seasons and found them to work very well in a couple of circumstances.

I use the TwisterMite as a split shot rig. When fish get tight lipped, rig a TwisterMite on a Finesse style hook ( I use the Gamakatsu Extra-Wide Gap Finesse) either with or without a weedguard. Place a split shot on your line about a foot above the bait and then shake it. Adjust the distance of the split shot for the desired action.

The other way is on a drop shot rig. Depending on the bottom composition, adjust your bait so it is up where the fish can see it. Another similar way to fish a TwisterMite is above a jig worked along the bottom.

Drop me a note with your success story.

Steve J Burress
Mister Twister Washington State Pro Staff

Vince Green – Washington

Lure: Jig Spinners

Fish Caught: Bass, Smallmouth - Bluegill (Bream, Brim) - Crappie (Black) - Perch, Yellow

I have used Mister Twister spinner forms for at least past 25 years with a black jig that has a rubber grub Twister Tail.
I've done great on yellow perch, bluegill, crappie, smallmouths etc., it has been the one lure that i can count on when fishing new water. Wish I still had some as I lost my last one this spring. I was checking on internet to see if I could find some and found this site. So at least I know you still make them. Anyway, its been a great lure for me.

Mountain Dew Guide Service – East Wenatchee, Washington

Lure: 6" Super Lizard™

Fish Caught: Walleye

This Lizard hands down has caught more walleye than any other bait in my boat for the last several years. I never go out fishing with out having some of every color in my boat. When the fish hits they just don't want to let go!!

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