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Received the following report and photos from Denny W. who's been fishing western Washington lakes with the fluoro-orange and green-perch OG1s:
"Donn: Your OG1's are awesome. Here are some of the rainbows we have caught this fall here in SW Washington. The orange has been best, but the green perch has been on fire too. Over 100 fish in 3 trips. But we released most of them. Truly great lures.Thanks again. Denny"
Denny: Thanks for both the report and the photos! Appreciate it!
Had a chance to fish Rock Lake on Saturday afternoon with my brother and my nephew (and their two gun-dog pups)! Awesome time on the water!
We put the boat in around noon, loaded everyone on board, and headed for the north end of the lake. The lures that were most effective were the: 2.8" OG1 in perch, the 2.8" OG1 in fluoro-orange, and the 2.44" OG1 in orange-perch. (We caught several fish on other colors.)
By the time we were done, they both had their limits: eight rainbow trout, a brown trout, and a kokanee. (That last fish surprised us!)
We trolled one lure off of the downrigger, one off of the middle rod (behind a small dipsy-diver), and, one lure behind a 3/4 ounce crescent weight.
Trolling speed was around 2.5mph.
Including a few pics below:
Made it up to Sekiu, Washington to fish the OG2s for coho on September 11th and 12th. The following video shows a few highlights from the trip:
Last May, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, Dave D., contacted us and asked if we'd paint a couple of 3.9" lure bodies for him in fluoro-green and fluoro-orange. When I hit the paint room, I decided to go ahead and paint a large batch in this color. Glad I did!
We were fishing out of Sekiu, Washington last Wednesday. And, started with our fluoro-green/chartreuse OG2 that had been so effective a year ago. Things were slow; so, I tied on the 3.9" OG2 in fluoro-green/fluoro-orange. That color surprised us: It caught all of the fish that we put in the cooler.
Kudos to Dave D. for that request!
Below is a quick video of the trip. (Early on, there's footage of a salmon that surprised us and attacked the lure next to the boat while we were trying to get the line clipped into the downrigger...)
Received the below report and photo from Dana C. last Wednesday who was fishing the 3.9" OG2 in fluoro-green/orange out of Port Angeles for the Chinook:
"I limited today at Port Angeles, using the OG2 green orange Old Goat lure! The fish were 10# and 13#. Great salmon fishing lures😃!"
Dana! Thanks for putting the OG2 to work and reporting the results!
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:
Received the below report and photos from Trevor P. who has been fishing the fluoro-pink OG1 for the kokanee:
"Been slaying it with the OG1 Kokanee pink 2.44--trolled @ 1.5-1.8 mph in clear water. Managed to bag three 18-inch Kokanee in a lake where the usual is 12 inchers."
Trevor: Thanks for the report and the photos! Appreciate both!
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.