We'd sold out of our 2.8" OG2s (in fluoro-green/chartreuse) a little over a week ago. These were the lures that had been very effective for us in fishing the local coho in Puget Sound with Captain Dale on the Ruby D.
Well, as of today, these lures are back in stock and available through our online store! (Many thanks to our master rigger, Jed W., for getting these lures back in stock!)
A customer reported that they were attempting to purchase lures using Square and our online store. Apparently, when they entered a valid CVV for their credit card, Square rejected the transaction.
We've contacted Square and requested an explanation and resolution. In the interim, if this happens to you, we'd suggest re-starting the transaction and using PayPal (the other payment option that our store supports.)
And, if this has happened to you, we apologize for the hassle and inconvenience!
We were able to make it up to Masons Resort in Sekiu, Washington to fish for the kings and coho last week. Our primary purpose was to test several new colors of the 3.3" OG2. (The first was a fluoro-green/black-scales, the second was a modification to our blue/black-scales (added a chartreuse layer), and the third was fluoro-green/chartreuse.)
We fished these lures behind a 10" Big Als fish flash in fluoro-green/chartreuse. And, I attached a pro-troll light to the backside of the Big Al's. (We set the pro-troll light in blink mode.)
The results impressed us. We had a lot of hook ups. A number of shakers. But, we also caught a decent number of solid fish!
Here's a brief video of the trip:
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.