This Father’s Day, it’s time to go all out and prove how much you care about dear ole’ Dad. Guarantee an unforgettable holiday with premium saltwater gear from Rapala®, a brand with an 80-year history of making memories on the water. Continue reading
Wishing for a white Christmas because safe ice for fishing is sure to follow? Us too! Continue reading
Judging by his flat-brim hats and flood of Instagram followers, young-gun bass pro Jacob Wheeler might seem out of place rocking a tactic typically considered old-school — throwing monofilament line. But he does. Continue reading
Another secret’s out — tiny marabou jigs yield giant smallmouth bass in gin-clear waters. And although Bassmaster.com spilled the beans on this “last secret bait of the pros” when covering a recent Elite Series tournament, an important detail was missing — the right line to make the tactic work. Continue reading
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Few bonding moments create lasting memories like a day of saltwater adventure with Dad. While just wetting a line together is a blast, fishing is always more fun when you’re catching. This Father’s Day, give him years of on-the-water excitement with gifts from Rapala® and Respected Rapala Brands. Continue reading
More IGFA world-record fish were caught in 2014 on Rapala lures than any other brand of baits. Among the 19 International Game Fish Association world-record fish caught on Rapala baits last year was a 231-pound, 13-ounce southern bluefin tuna. Continue reading
When it comes to fishing line, one size does not fit all — especially when targeting early-season walleyes, says Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame Legendary Communicator James Lindner. Depending on when and where you’re chasing ‘eyes this spring, be sure to spool up the right Sufix® line for the conditions. Continue reading