Tips & Techniques

National Walleye Tour Round 1 with Okuma Pro Dan Hassevoort

By Okuma | April 14, 2016 | Comments are closed
         Okuma Inspired Fishing and Savage Gear Pro Dan Hassevoort is gearing up for round one of the National Walleye Tour in Sandusky, Ohio on Lake Erie. The National Walleye Tour is the top stage in professional Walleye fishing and Okuma Pro Dan Hassevoort knows what it takes to be competitive Read More »
Tags: Dead Eye, Deadeye, fishing, michigan, Minnesota, MWC, MWT, National Walleye Tour, Ohio, Okuma, Savage Gear, walleye, Wisconsin

Getting Dialed in with FLW Pro Jacob Wheeler

By Okuma | January 29, 2016 | Comments are closed
As the bass season kicks off around the country, you want to be ready to go as you hit the water.  Be it casting large swimbaits, working bedding fish, or finessing a shoreline, you want to be ready when you make that first cast.  Getting your reel dialed in is Read More »
Tags: bass fishing, fishing, FLW, FLW Tour, Forrest Wood Cup, helios, Helios TCS, Jacob Wheeler

Target Big Fish on Makaira Popping Rods

By Okuma | January 22, 2016 | Comments are closed
By Capt. Rich Antonino   There is nothing quite like hooking a fish and saying to yourself “is this fish too big to EVER land?”. That is the game that we play every day off of the coast of Massachusetts when targeting Bluefin tuna on spinning gear. It’s not fishing Read More »
Tags: makaira popping, Okuma Fishing Tackle, Savage Gear, savage gear sandeel

Tennessee: River Monsters, Myths & Great Destinations

By Okuma | January 19, 2016 | Comments are closed
Blog by: Captain Scott Manning For over 100 years, myths and legends have flourished along the banks of the Tennessee River of monstrous creatures that live in their muddy depths. In the 1800s, tales of river monsters abounded throughout the river system, including a legend in which anyone spotting the Read More »
Tags: battle cat, catfish, coldwater reel, Okuma Fishing Tackle, scott manning

Winter “Steelhead-ing” in the Real Northwest

By Okuma | December 17, 2015 | Comments are closed
  Article by: Jeffrey Goudreau   For those of you that know me, I am normally living in the far north fishing for northern pike, lake trout and other northern trophies. But recently I have moved to the Pacific Northwest of Canada on the Skeena River watershed to learn a new Read More »
Tags: Guide select, Jeffrey Goudreau, Okuma Fishing Tackle, skeena river, Spey, steelhead, T-40X, trio

Bait Fishing For Trout- Tips and Techniques

By Okuma | December 3, 2015 | Comments are closed
When it comes to bait fishing for trout whether it be here locally in one of our many Southern California lakes, or fishing in the High Sierras, there is specific proven method for “bait and wait. For decades I have been a big fan of the Okuma Avenger Baitfeeder reels, Read More »
Tags: avenger baitfeeder, baitfeeder, Brett Edmondson, fishing, Okuma, trout

Q&A With Okuma Pro Jeremy Starks

By Okuma | September 28, 2015 | Comments are closed
Five Questions answered by Okuma Pro Jeremy Starks on Bass Fishing in the Fall Okuma: What is your favorite technique for targeting Fall bass? Starks: My favorite technique for fall is crankbaiting. The baitfish are grouping up and bass are not far behind. There are few things better that will Read More »
Tags: baitcast reels, bass, C3-40X, freshwater, helios, Jeremy Starks, Okuma, Reels, Rods

Great Lakes Trolling Tactics For Early Fall King Salmon

By Okuma | September 17, 2015 | Comments are closed
by Capt. Jeff Thomas The end of summer means cooler nights and the beginning of staging King Chinook Salmon on the Great Lakes this Fall. This time of year is when deep trollers look forward to targeting these majestic creatures of the deep. Anglers switch gears to different trolling tactics Read More »
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Choosing a Catfish Combo

By Okuma | July 29, 2015 | Comments are closed
By Capt. Scott Manning Okuma Pro / Professional Guide / Outdoor Writer Licensed US Coast Guard Captain Website: www.tennesseestriperfishinguide.com Catfishing tackle has progressed a long way over the past few years.  We have access to so many well crafted products that picking a rod/reel combo can be a daunting task. Read More »
Tags: battle cat, catfish, Cold Water, Okuma, reel, rod

Everything That You Wanted To Know About Shark Fishing But Didn’t Know To Ask

By Okuma | June 19, 2015 | Comments are closed
As a charter captain, I make a living taking people fishing. I don’t really care what species they want to catch; I fish for them all. One common thread amongst fishermen is “I want to catch something big!” Is this big enough? It’s almost 16 feet long and weighed 560#! Read More »
Tags: blackrosefishing, capt, Makaira, Okuma Fishing Tackle, RichAntonino, Shark Fishing
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