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  • How to Pick the Right Jig

    The question I hear most whenever I give a talk on jigging for salmon is, “What’s your favorite jig?” I usually respond that my favorite is the jig I was using when I caught my last fish,...

    • Posted March 28, 2010
  • Using Herring Strips and Teasers

    It’s become almost a lost art – the use of Herring Strips. Most anglers have forgotten how effective strips can be. A herring strip has flash and action and lets off a powerful scent trail. But, they...

    • Posted March 22, 2009
  • Review: Pro-Troll E-Chip

    It’s time to put electricity to work in your fishing lures. One of the newest innovations in fishing tackle is the E-Chip. This is a revolutionary new product developed by the president of Pro-Troll Tackle, Dick Pool,...

    • Posted November 1, 2008
  • Review: Kone Zone Daisy Chain

    The primary attractor for bringing salmon into the sight range of your lures is sound! Then sight, smell and electro-sensitivity all have a part to play in getting the salmon to strike. While all of this is...

    • Posted October 1, 2008
  • Review: Big Al’s Fish Flash

    Big Al’s Fish Flash represents a totally unique concept in flasher fishing. It provides excellent fish attraction while producing zero drag in the water. The Salmon University staff has used the Fish Flash for many years and...

    • Posted October 1, 2007
  • Review: KatchKooler

    The KatchKooler is one of the most popular items for Northwest Steelhead and Salmon anglers. Thousands are now in the hands of anglers. The small boat angler who doesn’t have room for a large ice chest in...

    • Posted February 11, 2007
  • How to Brine Herring

    Put 2-1/2 gallons of non-chlorinated water in a cooler. (Leave tap water sitting out overnight and the chlorine will evaporate.) brining Link to this post!

    • Posted May 16, 2006
  • Review: Ace Hi Fly

    During the last 40 years that I’ve been involved with the tackle industry, a number of new lures have come on to the market. Some we still use, and as you might expect many have disappeared. We...

    • Posted March 26, 2006

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