Van Staal Fishing
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Temple Fork Rods are some of our favorites thanks to tapers and actions chosen by fishermen, quality components, and value pricing.
Read Dave Anderson's piece on How To Choose a Surf Rod. Learn about action, length, and more.
Few other topwater lures catch stripers quite like the Doc. Save on bundling with the fantastic Splashwalk
They're not just for Albies!
AFTCO Saiko Pro 100% Fluorocarbonfrom $11.95 USD
See Clearly. Catch More Fish.
The most minor componets can make big differences on the water.
Waders & Wading Accessories
Lightweight ripstop fabric with two-way stretch and built in stain resistance makes these shorts a great option for the everyday angler.
No slip grip on the boat deck, while keeping your feet dry, cool, and comfortable. Right angle foot bed to promote good alignment and posture.
Fish hard, stay comfortable.
Fly Rods and Reels
Saltwater Fly Lines
Fly Fishing Accessories
Temple Fork Axiom X II Fly Rod$399.95 USD
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Fluke is a truly amazing bait. One would really have to fish with this 4" wonder to understand. Texas rig it without a weight, and twitch or "soft jerk" on the surface, then let it slowly fall to a few feet deep, and repeat. Bass just "react" when they see this bait in action. The just cant stand it. This bait is very effective when fished in weed pockets also.
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Great lure for finicky schoolies. Fast shipping as always. Thanks SWE!
The lure has no action unless used weightless and twitched. Very few uses for it, but hoping to put it to use sight casting at schoolies soon. As for covering water or blind casting just get a paddle tail.
The paddle tail definitely has more vibration. I'd think the more subtle fluke tail would be a good choice where you want a more realistic bait.