I'd sent several sample OG1s to guides on Lake Michigan last summer. Just heard back from Jeff Barr of Nicolet Shores Fishing last week:
Below is a picture of a nice Lake Trout that Jeff took on a 3.9" OG1 in fluorescent green/orange:
If you're looking for a guide to fish the Great Lakes, I'd recommend Jeff. Hit the link below to access his website.
Ben Fougere, who runs the Kokanee Fishing BC page on Facebook was out fishing the OG1 for kokes this past weekend. (He was testing a new fluorescent blue/white/pink OG1. Be watching our online store for this lure as we have a batch drying in the paint room as I type this...)
Ben submitted the following pictures:
OG1 vs. Brad's Cut Plug
Just noticed an interesting post on Northwest Fishing Reports (NWFR) where a kokanee fisherman had done a side-by-side comparison of the 2.44" OG1 vs. the Brad's cut plug. You can read his report by clicking the link below:
Received the below report from Aaron Olmsted of Olmsted Outdoors in Kenai, Alaska. (They had been trolling the salt water last Saturday and took halibut, rockfish, and greenling on the OG2.)
We were able to get out for an afternoon last week and fish the OG1s for browns and bows in Rock Lake. The fish seemed to be primarily feeding on top; so, the most effective rigging was a long line with a gang-troll above the OG1 (no weight). This setup took all but one of our fish.
Short video below:
2.44" Orange-Perch OG1
Had a chance to fish Sprague Lake (in Eastern Washington) with a friend this past Tuesday. Hands-down, the most effective lure was the 2.44" orange-perch OG1 fished behind a gang-troll.
Attaching a short video below:
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.