Times past anglers relied on publications, bait shops and fellow fisherman for their information on new techniques and products. Now with the internet and social media like Facebook and other similar resoures the sportspeople of the world have come together in a way that allows for interactions on a scale never seen before. Example: I catch a fish then post in detail how fish was caught, where it was caught and with whom I was with when ~Read More~
We just completed several updates to our Sales Page. It’s completely revamped – it’s easier to use, contains all new product pictures, and provides some great info. Please take a few minutes to check it out. If you’ve been waiting for the re-launch of the Sales Page to stock up on LureSecures, now’s a great time to do so because we have all sizes in stock for ~Read More~
A few weeks ago Team LureSecure got to spend some quality time with a few of America’s finest. We got to hang out for the day at the 2nd Annual Tight Lines for Troops charity fishing tournament held in Manistee, Michigan. An event that shouldn’t be missed – whether you’re a Vet or Captain on one of the boats, or someone on shore welcoming the fleet home.
Tight Lines for Troops is the brainchild of Captain Bob ~Read More~
By Jerry LaBella
LEARN THE SIMPLE RULES TO SUCCESSFUL REDFISHING
One look at a redfish and you know it’s built for brute strength. With its blunt face and broad-shouldered look—it’s a fish with a fight even before it’s hooked. Unlike the speckled trout with its long, sleek look and ability to throw hooks, the redfish is honed to test your tackle and strength. So to many anglers, the redfish rules the marsh.
When we talk about redfish, fall seems ~Read More~
Snazzy New Jersey!
The tournament season opened just a few short weeks ago, and already LureSecure’s Pro Staff is making a name for themselves. Right out of the gates, at the Michigan Walleye Tour’s Detroit River Season Opener, Andrew Oleksiak (Walleye Capital Charters) and Brian Woodard placed in the money, finishing 4th. At the first AIM event of 2011, in Winneconne, WI, Mark Martin’s efforts and knowledge earned him a 2nd Place finish. In both cases, our pro ~Read More~
By Bill Semion | The Grand Rapids Press
Originally posted at mlive.com
Mark Martin, right, helps Mark Trusock, a Kent County judge, interpret and adjust his graph at the Ice Fishing Vacation School on Saginaw Bay. Photo Courtesy Bill Semion | The Grand Rapids Press
SAGINAW BAY — The only thing AIM Pro Walleye Series angler Mark Martin had to worry about this year on Saginaw Bay wasn’t the ice thickness, blizzard conditions or lack of ~Read More~
By Mark Martin
For many, the thought of setting foot on top of a frozen waterway does not compute. The only ice their brain can even conceive are of the cube variety floating around a glass full of their favorite drink. What those individuals don’t understand is how strong solid ice floating upon a waterway can be, and as a result, how much weight it can hold without as much as creating a hairline crack.
But just because ~Read More~
Image Courtesy of Michigan Cottage Cook
Now the fun starts. I have already started to salivate thinking about freshly caught perch fillets and cole slaw. My pillow in the morning makes me wonder if my wife’s lap dog was getting me back for denial of treats. First ice is here! I am pretty sure the ice is now at a thickness that will safely hold my body from taking an ice bath.
Like I have said before, ~Read More~
Just added to our Favorite Videos widget – Bill Dance Fishing Bloopers.
He sure could use some LureSecures!
Great way to start the week with ~Read More~
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! We have been blessed (or cursed, depending on your attitude) with a substantial dumping of the cold, wet stuff. Here in the eastern half of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan we have had between 12 – 24 inches depending where you live.
Better get those snowmobiles tuned up folks! We have one the best trail systems in the entire Midwest here. Hundreds of ~Read More~