One of our customers submitted a report from Rock Lake in eastern Washington yesterday. He was catching his fish on the fluorescent orange and the perch-color OG1s. To read his report, click the link below:
Randy R. was after the Blackmouth again this last week. The most effective lure turned out to be the 2.8" OG2 in fluorescent white with blue and black-scales. He took a really nice fish and posted his report on NWFR. (Click the link below.)
A couple of fishermen chasing Blackmouth in the Puget Sound reported a successful outing this past weekend. They were fishing the OG2 in fluroscent white with black scales. To view the report, click the link below:
Denny W. was fishing the orange as well as the perch OG1 in a lake in southwest Washington state earlier this week. He submitted the following report and pictures:
"Donn: It was pretty much sunny conditions all day, 2-3 mph winds, clear green water-8ft plus visibility, 39 degree water temp, Old Goat's in mainly orange, but also perch worked great in the morning..."
Denny: We appreciate your taking the time to fish the OG1s and report the results! Thank you!
One of our Washington State customers, Randy R., fished the 2.8" OG2 in fluorescent white/green/pink on Saturday in the south Puget Sound. He took one nice blackmouth and lost two others at the boat.
Picture of the fish he took below.
(Randy: We absolutely appreciate your taking the time to put the OG2 to work for those fish!)
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.