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Spring Chinook Secrets! FISHING SEMINAR

Posted February 23, 2016

Northwest Anglers ConventionUp your catch rate - hone your program.March 5th & 6thBuy tickets now - A much anticipated event - this seminar in Portland Oregon is a meeting of the minds on Spring Chinook tactics. As a guest of the seminar you will receive a grab-bag loaded with sponsor gifts and discounts. As a listener you will gain access to the many key elements that go into a successful spring chinook fishing trip. Each presenter will be discussing specific factors on bait & lure usage as well as giving crucial information on where to find the fish. They...

Bucktail Spinners...#1 for Muskies!

Posted February 23, 2016

Bucktail Spinners.....#1 for Muskies!As winter draws to a close and the weather warms my thoughts turn from chasing winter Steelhead to hunting Tiger Muskies. Musky fishing and throwing big Spinners with dressed up hooks (Bucktails) go hand in hand, and most times during the season is the #1 way to put a big Musky in the net. Bucktail is a generic term for a group of larger spinners with a treble hook that can be tied with Marabou, Flashabou, Bucktail, rubber skirt material or a combination of these materials. Blade sizes can range from a #5 in the smaller Musky...

Lamiglas For Life

Posted February 23, 2016

Growing up in Gresham Oregon in the late 80’s it wasn’t uncommon to see someone with rifles in the back window of their pickup truck, or a teenager riding home on his bike with a fresh Sandy river steelhead hanging off the handle bars.As far back as I could remember I would fish with my dad (Brent), well at least he would drag me down to the river with him. I didn't do much fishing back then, mostly complaining. As time progressed my interest in fishing grew, specifically targeting steelhead. The first metal head I ever bonked was below river...

Addicted Apparel Back Online!

Posted October 11, 2015

After a long drawn out wait for everyone we finally have our apparel back up online! Please tell all your friends and family to come support their addiction!

"How-To" | Rigging Pro Troll Flashers & Brad's Superbaits for Fall Chinook

Posted October 06, 2015

In this video Cameron from Team Dusky explains from start to finish exactly how to rig this set up the way we do it.By now it's no secret to anyone that these set ups work! Pro Troll Flashers with Brad's Superbaits have taken the westside by storm in the last few weeks!This technique has been used on the east side for a long time now, but now the rest of the Columbia River Fishermen have caught on in a big way!

Do Pink Worms Work For Steelhead

Posted September 14, 2015

Do pink worms work for Steelhead. Well...Did you watch this video below?Fishing pink worms for steelhead is one of the most effective methods available to anglers today. Mad River Manufacturing has come out with the best line up of colors you would ever need to catch these beautiful migrating fish.Available in multiple colors through all your local distributors. For more information go to:'ll keep you updated with tutorials, tips & tricks! Follow us:Website: https://addicted.fishingFacebook - - - - Production By: Rob Mcllroy

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