2.25.2011

Bizz Baits - a new company

Keep an eye out for Bizz Baits!! They are a new and local bait company that have some great looking stuff.

I saw them at the America's Outdoor Show and I must say, WOW!! They have a stick bait that makes the Senko look like a steel rod. The action is just incredible.

I can't wait to get my hands on a few of their products.

Stay tuned for some future product reviews!

11 comments:

  1. I bought some of their craws at the outdoor show. They look really good and the pinchers float. I have the reaction innovations beavers and the pinchers do not float. The baits are well made and hand poured. I will post my reports on how the bass love them come ice out. I am thinking smallies in the big lake will love them.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks for the feedback, Tom. I look forward to hearing your thoughts after using them a bit!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I am thinking of going out tomorrow to check out the creek down from the wwd tomorrow. I know it should be open and getting close to staging for spawn. I am thinking of using a bizbait craw on the end of a pure poison chatterbait, flickershad, and berkley gulp 3" minnow. I'll let you know how it goes. Still think it is a little early. Also, going to get down to the big lake because the smallies should start to come into the flats in the harbors to spawn as well.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I am taking off work early tomorrow because the walleyes if they are in busse or salt creek should be hitting because the water temp was reportedly 47 degrees. This is just before optimal time for the spawn to take place. The males should already be present and looking for a quick bite before the water warms up to spawning temp. I am going to busse tomorrow to see if there is anything in the moving water by the main dam and then arlington pool. I will be using the same baits as last time and will post if I get anything tomorrow. I also was told that the water level is down from last week as well which should also be a plus because it was high, fast, and dirty.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hey Tom,

    good luck out there!! 47 is getting close to that magic 55 number when they really start kicking into high gear!

    Good luck down there and post some pics if you have any success! Busse is seemingly over pressured for the season.

    ReplyDelete
  6. That is what I am hoping for. I got the report yesterday but do not really see how the water could be that warm already seeing as though we have only had a couple days so far over 40. I know that it has to be getting close though. I am going today becasue I could get off a little early from work and hope to aviod some of the people. Busse is pressured but most of the people I see fishing stay in 1 spot, fish exclusively off the bottom with 5 lines, and really do not produce much. I am not saying nobody knows how to fish at Busse just my experience from last year and the one time I was out this year. I hope to have some pics this time because the walleyes should be in that current and by the dams.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Got out to the main dam at Busse at about noon. Water level is much lower but still on the high side and also much cleaner. Started at the dam with a #5 perch flickershad to cover the bottom of the water colum. Next up was the berkly gulp 3" minnow in emerald shiner on a 1/8oz chartreuse jighead. I got nothing up by the dam. Walked down to the Arlington Pool and started with the same baits only saw a tip to cut another gulp minnow in half and put it on the hook with the other whole minnow. Fished from the Northwest side of the pool to the Northeastern most side of the pool and got nothing. On the way back put on a #8 Rapala X-rap to run higher in the water colum and same result all the way back to the dam. I still think it is too early because there were a lot of other guys out there using live bait and they got nothing as well. The walleyes have got to be getting close though. Will probably wait a week or so and get back out there.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Just was talking with some people and the water temps are still in the high 30's. There is still a lot of ice out there so the water is still low temp wise for any spawning activity or feeding. Next couple weeks we need some 50's to get them on the bite. I thought that report that the water was in the high 40's was a little off. The fox river as of tonight in Aurora will be high 30's so I am guessing even though there is a wwd on salt creek I do not think the water could get to that high of a temp.

    ReplyDelete
  9. That seems a little more realistic to me! Hopefully, when I get back from DC, things will be heating up!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Got my first fish of 2011 last weekend at beck lake. A nice little largemouth of 13". The fish came on a 3" berkley gulp minnow emerald shinner with a pink 1/8oz jighead. The fish came in the deeper water where it drops from 5 to 10' and was extremely lathargic. This week the warm temps should get some things moving a little more aggressive. Hope the warming trend keeps up so the bass start to move at the big lake. I will keep you posted and can's wait to bust out some of the biz baits and try them.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Congrats on the first of 2011, Tom!! Thanks for continuing the reports!!

    ReplyDelete

Let's hear it!

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Search This Blog