Live bait is that friend who can certainly be a great time but never returns your calls when you need help moving. Dead bait is dependable, reliable, trustworthy, but sometimes a bore at parties. We are putting dead bait is in the spotlight this week. Dead bait is everything that live bait is not: Always available, easily stored, and can be used anywhere.
This is the story of people helping people. America has felt the enormous impact of not one, but two major hurricanes in the past two weeks. These storms have affected everyone, whether you live in an affected area, have family or friends that live in these areas, or simply empathize with the tens of millions of Americans who have been displaced or impacted by these two storms of historical proportions. The WCU Bass Cats fishing team made the 14+ hour overnight drive to Lake Charles, LA, just over the TX border with 4 boats towed by 4 trucks filled with as many relief supplies as the team could transport.
There is no doubt that live bait is the most effective bait available. To be considered the best, live bait must be ready to work when you need them most and that is an important job that should not be taken lightly. Let's talk about how to keep lively live bait.
We know that Zombait is only part of the recipe for looking alive on the water. In order to have realistic swimming dead bait you have to have, well, dead fish. The type of bait fish that you use with Zombait is partially dependent on where you live and the season that you are fishing.
2017 marks the 6th Annual Bluefin Blowout held at the Cape Ann's Marina Resort in Gloucester, MA and the Zombait team came prepared to demo our latest product to hundreds of local anglers and spectators. The Bluefin Blowout is a 3-day offshore tournament which attracts 50 captains and their crews from all along the East Coast to compete and claim bragging rights for bringing home the biggest Bluefin Tuna.
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