Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Venom Lures Pro/Field Staffers from up in Lansing on Pool 9 of the Mississippi River

Thanks for adding Venom Lures to your line at Fish Hanks!  I'm one of the Venom Lures Pro/Field Staffers from up in Lansing on Pool 9 of the Mississippi River.  Here are a few pics of some tournament fish caught on Venom products that you could print off and keep near your Venom Lures section if you would like.  I'm sure some of your customers fish this stretch of the river and it might even compel them to buy some Venom products and head to the river.  If I can help promote Venom Lures in your store in any other way feel free to contact me.

Thanks again!
Dan Mohn

Monday, October 21, 2013

John Trask Big Catch

I caught this weekend, practicing for a tournament back home.
It was around 5 lbs. Last weekend I pulled out a 2nd place finish with lunker weighing 4lb-3oz. I am looking forward to the FLW Everstarts next season. I think the schedule suits me pretty well. James RIver in Richmond, VA, Potomac RIver in MD, and Lake Champlain in NY. I am also hoping to do the northern BASS Opens if  money allows. Hope all is well with you and Dave. Take care guys and have a great fall on the water.
John Trask

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Large mouth bass on the Connecticut River

I caught these large mouth bass on the Connecticut River, Aug 26, 2013. 
I caught them using the Beast (from Venom Lures, salty slug, green pumpkin candy
and watermelon candy.
Thanks again,
Jonathan Dingle

Friday, August 23, 2013

Skip Lafrenier & Reno Viola - 4th Place

Skip Lafrenier & Reno Viola - 4th Place
Renegade Bass Series in Ontario Canada

They used Venom's Big Shot Tubes

Dennis with two good Green Fish

Dennis with two good Green Fish

John Mainely on the Potomac Fishing the FLW

John Mainely on the Potomac Fishing the FLW 
Everstart Series in Maryland.  John said  the
Sweet Dream, Salty Sling and Better Beever

were real winners.

Monday, July 8, 2013

DOWN RIGHT REVIEW: Captain Jimmy "Slick" Dupree

I purchased and installed your new "Down Right" shallow water anchor system on my 24 foot ChampionBay boat in June of this year. I would like to take the opportunity to tell you what a great product this is. With this system on my Minnkota trolling motor, combined with my PowerPole makes my shallow water anchoring a breeze.  I religiously sight fish the ponds of the Biloxi Marsh which is south of Lake Borne, and the water depth ranges from 6 feet to 6 inches. I use to have to position my bow downwind and deploy the PowerPole without disturbing my fishing hole. Now I just, troll, sight, deploy the Down Right and the PowerPole when I get into a hot Red Fish zone. This is an amazing system that you have come up with. Be advised that I am the only one, presently in my area that has this new system and people are asking about it. I hope to be able to put other fisherman on your system in my area. Thanks again for a great product and a swift delivery.

Best Regards,

Captain Jimmy "Slick" Dupree
"Bout Tyme"SlidellLouisiana

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Better Beever Catch

John caught those two fish on Venom's
Better Beever.  Also that he is from Maine

Venom's Pay Me Rig

Jim Hite was fishing at Rocky Fork Lake and came in 2nd place
using Venom's Pay Me Rig in the Bassmaster's Weekend Series.

Venom Pearl Skip Shad


Joe Innella from New York with the Big Bass of the tournament caught on a Venom Pearl Skip Shad that went 4 pounds 1 ounce.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Vibra Max Silver

5/8's Vibra Max Silver. Water temp 45, depth 25. 9 
so far today all over 3.5 pounds, been using
scales on most fish just to track size.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Large-mouth bite is really starting to fire up

Hello Dave , the large-mouth bite is really starting to fire up. This bass is my largest this year at this point it weighed 7.12 caught on the 4 inch better beever in less than 10 foot of water. I have caught several bass in the 4 pound range along with the second picture a respectful 6.7 pound bass. Hope all is well .
Sincerly, Corneilus harris