We're limited by time and space: As much as I'd like to be able to test our lures across the contiguous 48, I'm generally tied to waters in Eastern Washington and the Idaho Panhandle. Between 3D printer repairs, website updates, and the speed limits on Interstate 90, there are too many fisheries that I'll never touch.
So, when my brother and his son moved back to west side of Washington state, I couldn't be more thankful. Two fishermen who don't flinch at sub freezing temps, small-craft warnings, etc.
These guys have started putting the OG1s and OG2s to work up and down the I5 corridor. And the pictures, below, give you a sense of what they're up to. The photo with the fluoro-green OG1 was taken out of Kitsap Lake (near Bremerton). The photos with the fluoro-orange OG1 were taken from Offut Lake (south of Olympia.)
This Old-Goat R&D team is just getting warmed up. Barely warmed up...
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.