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Baits from: jigs4bass 09/22/22 01:18 PM
Fall is here and if you are looking for new baits I know exactly where to look ... . Need a new bait? Replace an old one? Or just shop for fishing equipment we have a wide selection of custom produced baits that are made when we receive your order.

Baits are constructed of quality components, skirts are wire tied, Mustad hooks, great customer service and built by folks who fish. Located on the shore of Table Rock Lake Missouri and have been doing this for 15 +years. Made for fishermen by a fisherman.

Check out the baits below and if you want to see more just go to Be sure to register an account while you're there and benefit from regular emails like this one, notice of special sales and discounts and you get an order history to look back on which bait you caught that "big one" on!
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Aug 2022 Florida New Smyrna Daytona Beach Orlando CaptMikeSavedow 08/30/22 01:34 PM
Summer time variety fishing in the backcountry here on the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon at New Smyrna Beach has been very active, lots of species are scattered through the backcountry during the summer inshore saltwater fishing pattern. Lots of baitfish and shrimp are through out the intracoastal waterway, schooling mullet, pilchards and menhaden are all widespread, during the morning they come to the surface, mullet pushing along the oyster bars and edges, the pogys and greenies hover under the surface in moving water and over top of deeper holes. Jack Crevalle and Ladyfish bust free swimming shrimp on the surface along the channels making for sight fishing possibilities. Always a chance at Seatrout, Snook, Redfish, Snapper, Whiting, Flounder and lots of other types. Rolling Tarpon are a summer staple along the main channel and in the backwaters, they are notorious for having lock jaw for baits on the end of a line, but they do occasionally strike. Nick from Michigan had the charmed bite on this beautiful Silver King that stayed hooked through the fight and several jumps, into the net, and a quick photo before release and he swam away strong ………………


Black Drum are one of our favorite quality fish here, roaming along the bottom of deeper channels and holes and sometimes on the flats looking for a shrimp or crab meal, John visiting from Connecticut caught a few along with this good Drum of about 5 lbs. ………………


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Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide, Inc. Since 2003
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