The multilure rigs that have ignited the bass world resemble saltwater umbrella rigs, but they cast rather than troll.
Maximum noise and splash from a medium-size lure while retaining castability, strength and durability.
Penn celebrates a 50-year legacy with the newly redesigned Spinfisher V.
Cast for game fish such as cobia, snook and stripers, and jig for snapper, grouper, cod and halibut.
Presidents still feature a graphite body and rotor, and come with six to nine stainless-steel bearings
All are made from 30-ton graphite composite with Fuji stainless-steel guides
Its bullet-shaped body and squid tail produce a natural action that makes fish attack
LiveTarget Lures’ new Mullet lure targets trout, redfish, snook, flounder and striped bass.
Available in five sizes the SEs feature open spool bearings with TSI‑301 oil
The series includes 19 models from 6-foot-3-inch, light-action spinning rods to 7-foot-11inch heavy bait-casting sticks.
The single-speed composite reels incorporate helical-cut brass gears, an aluminum spool, a carbon star-drag system and infinite anti-reverse.
The lure darts sharply when worked, and comes in floating, sinking and deep-diving models.
The line is offered in 20- to 60-pound-test in 50-yard skeins and 1-pound spools
The 27.5-ounce, anodized-aluminum Veloce 12 features a gear ratio of 6.2-to-1
BX and SR rods are 7 feet long and come in 20-, 30- and 40-pound-class models