Feb 23, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Catch More Kokanee with these Useful Tips

by Jason Brooks With temperatures finally starting to warm up it’s time to pull the boat out of winter storage and rig the rods for kokanee! These tasty landlocked Sockeye are already starting to fill stringers on many Eastern Washington lakes and Southwest Washington reservoirs. Here are a few tips...

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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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Sep 06, 2011 by Rob Endsley
Hunting Products that are on my Wish List for 2011

After a long and successful charter fishing season in Southeast Alaska you'd think my mind would still be awash with visions of salmon, halibut, ling cod, and every other saltwater critter that'll bite a cut plug herring. Oh contraire mon frere! The sight of a small Sitka blacktail buck on...

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