Mad Maxx from Tru-Tungsten takes tournament frog fishing to a new level. A unique pro-drain keeps water out of the frog and keeps water out of the frog and keeps you fishing. Tungsten rattles bring fish to the frog in the heaviest of cover. The super strong, super sharp Mihatchii hook was designed to fit Maxx perfectly. Read more


Tru-Life 4inch Shad

The TRU-LIFE SWIMBAIT is the most realistic and versatile swimbait on the market. When the money is on the line or when I need a fish of a lifetime, this is the bait I go to! - Ish Monroe Read more

Peter T finished 5th at Chickamauga
FLW SERIES-EAST at Lake Chickamauga in Chattanooga, TN 9/15/10 - 9/18/10

Congrads to TT prostaffer Pete Thliveros of St. Augustine, Fla., who finished 5th with a four-day total of 51 pounds, 1 ounce worth $8,060.The first two days of the tournament, Peter T. fished river grass with a Rapala DT-3 flat and DT-3 fat crankbaits using12-pound-test Suffix fluorocarbon line and purposely reeled the square-bill crankbaits into the grass and ripped them out for a reaction bite.

The last two days he had to go to his back up pattern using the old stand by Heddon-Zara Spook and a Zoom Speed Worm in watermelon and green-pumpkin color. He weighted the Speed Worm with a 3/16-ounce Tru-Tungsten weight and slow-reeled it in the grass. Nice catch Peter T!
*photo courtesy of FLW Outdoors

Ehrler Wins on Shasta
Tru-Tungsten pro staffer, Brent Ehrler, showed his stuff on Shasta Lake at the FLW Series National Guard Western Division tournament, January 13-16. Fishing a flat that bordered deep water, Ehrler tossed Yamamoto plastics on a Picasso ?Shakedown? and Picasso ?Shake E Football? style jigheads and on a new wacky head style jig from Tru-Tungsten called the ?Flea Flicker? as he marched towards victory in the first event of the FLW Series National Guard Western Division for 2010.

Congratulations Brent!

There is a Difference in Swim Baits

Author: Captain Mike Gerry | Posted: 01/17/2010 As the swim bait craze continues to mature, and the technology keeps getting better; I have found that in the hard bait version of swim baits, there is a difference. The differences are subtle but none-the-less they do make a difference to me. The biggest difference maker is the ability to be life like in the water, to accurately mimic the true natural movement of a fish in water. If swim baits are going to catch fish it's movement has to be as life-like as possible and the Tru-Tungsten swim baits are so natural in the water that the human eye has a hard to impossible time determining the difference.

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