River2sea Ruckus Product review by Michael Coleman


As the season changes  from late winter to early spring and the cold water starts to warm the River2Sea Ruckus lipless crank bait is a bait you need in your arsenal!!!! With super loud tungsten bearings, the Ruckus measures up at 3 inches and weighs in at 3/4 of an ounce. This makes this bait a casting dream. Heavy winds are not a issue for the Ruckus with the tungsten weighting system and armed with River2sea hooks makes this bait ready to go right out of the package. The Ruckus retails at 12.99 it’s a must have bait. There are many ways to retrieve the Ruckus just simply cast it out an burn it back or try the yoyo technique. A very effective way is to throw it around sparse cover and rip it off the grass or just simply let it sink to the bottom and drag it around. The Ruckus is available in a large verity of colors for more information about the Ruckus go to www.river2seausa.com

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ABU Garcia Max Toro Low Profile

For all of your heavy-duty applications, the MaxToro delivers high performance features specifically engineered for casting larger baits and fighting hard pulling fish. A one piece graphite frame construction allows for a surprisingly compact lightweight design, while still incorporating the powerstack drag system, that will stop any fish.

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  • 4 stainless steel HPCR™ bearings + 1 roller bearing provides increased corrosion protection
  • Duragear™ Heavy Duty provides increased fighting power and extended gear life
  • Carbon Matrix™ drag system provides smooth, consistent drag pressure across the entire drag range
  • MagTrax™ brake system gives consistent brake pressure throughout the cast
  • Extended bent handle for increased cranking power
  • Large PVC knobs provide greater grip

 

 

 

ABU Garcia MGX Extreme Low profile Baitcast Reel

Setting the standard in lightweight, compact design; the MGXtreme low profile baitcaster continues to push the boundaries of low profile design with the lightest Revo® yet weighing in at just 4.5 ounces. The MGXtreme low profile reel combines the new SLC spool concept, with hybrid ceramic bearings resulting in a reel with first class casting performance in a package that weighs almost nothing in the hand.

  • 8 stainless steel HPCR™ bearings + 1 roller bearing provides increased corrosion protection
  • 2 additional CeramiLite Spool Bearings provide improved casting performance
  • One piece X-Mag™ alloy frame provides a super light yet extremely strong frame
  • Carbon Matrix™ drag system provides smooth, consistent drag pressure across the entire drag range
  • C6 carbon sideplates provide significant weight reduction without sacrificing strength and durability
  • Infinitely Variable Centrifugal Brake (IVCB-4™) gives very precise brake adjustments allowing anglers to easily cast a wide variety of baits
  • Infini II™ spool design for extended castability and extreme loads
  • Compact bent carbon handle provides a more ergonomic design that is extremely lightweight
  • Round cork knobs provides improved grip for improved cranking power
  • Aircraft grade aluminum main gear provides weight reduction without sacrificing durability
  • Ti coated line guide reduces friction and improves durability
  • Recessed reel foot allows for a more ergonomic reel design
  • Lube port for easy access maintenance
  • Super lightweight concept (SLC™) spool design
  • Custom lightweight handle design
  • Carbon star drag design 

 

 

The new Balam 300 Swimbait Product Review by Josh Parris

Balam 300

The Balam 300 from Optimum baits just landed state side a little over a month ago and is already making its mark! I’ve been anticipating its arrival for some time and was lucky enough to nab one shortly after they arrived.
At first look it’s big, 12 inches long with a premium paint job and weighs in at 6.5 ounces. I had been watching videos of Kazuya Simada putting a serious hurting on some big fish with the prototypes in Japan long before its arrival.
So I was more than anxious to get out and see the action of the bait first hand. My first trip out with it I was blown away. It throws like dream! Some larger baits over 10 inches can be a bit cumbersome to cast, not the Balam. It sails! On the first morning out with it I started out with a slow and steady presentation. Whammy, it got nailed by a four pound spotted bass.
On a slow retrieve the Balam 300 has subtle tail swim, perfect for weary bass who have grown accustomed to glide baits. What was astounding to me was how slow I could retrieve the bait and it continued to swim. As the day continued on I started to play with retrieves. We began seeing bass chasing trout around, I got as close as possible to the schooling bass and tried burning it with short pauses. Bam! It was freight trained by a big large mouth.
I’m throwing it on the Flacon Cara Big Swimbait XH MF Rod, that rod is a perfect balance of strength for hook sets and give for keeping them hooked. The Balam 300 will continue to make a difference in my fishing, with every one so hung up on glide baits this is the perfect niche bait to show the big bass in my lakes something different. It’s not species specific either, a Sacramento pike minnow less then .03 away from the IGFA record also took a liking to it!
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Holiday Promotions with RB BASS and Monsterfishingtackle.com
Ron Howe RB BASS Angler explains how to win this exciting Holiday promotion by simply Clicking Like-Comment-Share on the RB BASS Facebook page and the Monster fishing tackle page. Stay tuned to RB BASS this Holiday Season as we will run several promotions thru the New Year! Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

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RB BASS Angler Steve Wilson with the whats hot weekly video at Monster fishing Tackle .

RB BASS Angler Steve Wilson with the whats hot weekly video at Monster fishing Tackle .

This week Steve talks about Exclusive products only available at Monsterfishingtackle.com

Both in Yamamoto made baits and Robo worms, these are products Steve just used in the Bass Nation State qualifier.

 

 

 

Monster Fishing Tackle Whats Hot New Swimbait

RB BASS Angler Steve Wilson talks about this weeks whats Hot at Monsterfishingtackle.com

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New Product from Cal Coast Fishing the Clip N CULL

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With the 2017 tournament season quickly approaching there is a new product coming that’s going to change the culling game forever!!!!!

Cal Coast Fishing has been working on a new product with anglers from the weekend warrior up to the Touring Pro level to perfect the Clip N Cull. Cal Coast has spent countless hours testing and working with top engineers to produce a reliable fish care culling system. Fish care is takin very seriously at Cal Coast Fishing so we spent a lot of time focusing on a product that would help reduce stress on fish and bring Value to the Tournament Bass Angler.  Cal Coast Fishing is launching their new no puncture ratchet clip culling system. Coming with six buoys to a pack and retail pricing around 40 Bucks the new Clip N Cull is a great Value. The clip n cull is equipped with a durable e.v.a foam buoy. Connecting the e.v.a foam to the no puncture ratchet clip is surgical tubing incased with 200-pound mono to insure there is no rusting. This new system is easy to use and is non-tangling, as you lift that Big Ol Pig out of the live well the complex ratchet system will tighten to ensure max grip but not puncture or scar the fish.  The clip n cull will be set hit the market January 2017 the product is a must have for your next tournament this product will be available at www.calcoastfishing.com

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Christmas Gift Suggestions with Ron Howe

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Ron Howe talks about great Gift ideas for Bass Fishermen ,IMA baits are available at www.Monsterfishingtackle.com

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Cal Coast Fishing Tackle Management with Michael Coleman

Cal Coast Fishing Tackle Management with Michael Coleman

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