May 03, 2016 by Tom Nelson
Defiance Bait Tank Installation

After his Seattle Boat Show tuna seminar, Defiance Marine Pro-staffer Tommy "Cornfed" Donlin stuck his big 'ol head into my boat which was on display at the show. "Where are you gonna put your live bait Nelly?" "How about this transom fishbox? I should be able to make it flow..."...

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Apr 24, 2016 by Jason Brooks
Spring Trout Tips

Spring trout fishing brings back a lot of memories for most of us as this is where we learned to fish. Getting up an hour before the sunrise and heading to our local lake to fish for the planter rainbows, filling our stringers and having fried trout for dinner. Today...

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Sep 18, 2013 by Rob Endsley
Storm Introduces Self-Tuning Crank Bait

All I can say is...Finally! Storm's new Arashi crank bait could definitely be a game changer. The Arashi comes with a self-tuning eye that eliminates the need to gently bend the eye to the right or left to achieve the proper action. If you've ever done this you know how...

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Mar 13, 2013 by Duane Inglin
Beau Mac Floats, More Options Then Ever

I have been a big fan of Beau Mac Floats for years. For me, I'm sold on the quality and the variety of floats now offered by Beau Mac. I look for several things when I am looking for a quality float. First and foremost is durability. I don’t like fishing floats...

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Jan 10, 2013 by Rob Endsley
Green Sinkers’n Cut Plug Herring

All that dad and I brought with us blackmouth fishing on Puget Sound today were our mooching rods, some sinkers, and a couple dozen fresh herring from Narrows Marina. Reports of rock solid winter blackmouth fishing in Area 10 have been trickling in to the Outdoor Line for the last...

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Jan 06, 2013 by Duane Inglin
Cured Tiger Prawns for Steelhead

How many different colors can you make your Tiger Prawn? I guess the question should be, "How many different colors of Nectar does Pautzke's actually produce"? If you said 5, then you are on the right track. With that, we will stick with the basics just to make sense of...

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Oct 15, 2012 by Duane Inglin
Do you have “The NAK” for fishing

I’m often asked which scents I use. And, while there are many options available, most of the time, I use three: Pautzke Nectar, anise and krill. These scents, when combined and mixed properly, make a difference. Nectar, Anise, Krill or "NAK", as I call it, is the additive I rely on...

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Aug 05, 2012 by Duane Inglin
The Secret To The Sound

Add Green To Your Diet! By Chris Shaffer | 08/05/2012 Those of us fortunate to know Pautzke pro staffer and Outdoor Line co-host Duane Inglin on a personal level know nothing excites him more than being in “The Bait Lab” which has taken over a portion of his garage. Knowing...

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Jul 16, 2012 by Tom Nelson
Scent: The Key To Successful Crabbing!

One of the greatest things about living near coastal waters is enjoying the world-renowned delicacy that is dungeness crab. However, the tasty crustacean is highly sought-after and those anglers that fish the best bait are, more often than not, the ones who will be enjoying a crab dinner!With any type...

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Apr 20, 2012 by Duane Inglin
30 Degrees to Trout Success

30 degrees to “Trout Success” Team Pautzke hit the road yet once again for another opportunity to get out and fish. This time we would meet up with some sales Reps from a local distributor on the East Coast. Destination; the rolling mountains of West Virginia. This road trip took us through a number of...

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