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Get 30% off all orders from now through Xmas.   Just use coupon code 30%OFF at the end of the billing page, and you will get 30% off your entire order.  Greg Myerson is also giving away 2 free WRSC Coffee Mugs with every WRSC Hoodie Sweatshirt. No coupon code needed for that. They will automatically be shipped with your Hoodie Order.  So, stop wasting time and get your orders in before supplies run out. We want you all to have the best Christmas ever, and hope we can help with these great offers.  

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STAY QUIET If your searching for big fish do it as quietly as possible. Big fish didn't grow huge by accident. They exploited their instincts, such as hearing, better than most other fish of their species did. Fish can hear extremely well, and it has been proven that they can communicate with each other over great distances to find each other and/or hunt together. They also can tell people or boat noise from food or the natural sounds of their environment. I caught the World Record striped bass by replicating the sound of lobster, one of their favorite foods. I...

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  We are receiving a lot of fishing reports, reviews, and just general comments about our rattle fishing products every day through our website.  So we decided each week to pick one out and share it with our followers and customers through our blog.  Keep sending them in because we really enjoy hearing your stories, and we will soon be posting more than one a week.  Include pictures and your story, such as how you used our Rattle fishing products, where you were fishing, what you were fishing for, pictures, etc. The more detailed the better your chances are we...

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Bill Payne caught this huge Fluke on the Helen H Charter Boat out off Cape Cod, Mass.      Bill was with several friends on this excursion and of course that comes with a little bit of friendly rivalry.  As Bill pulled out his small tackle box of his favorite new and old fishing gear, his friends egged him on about his new collection of World Record Striper Company Sound Based Fishing Products. They kept up with the sly comments, and Bill just kept tying up a few different rigs to use throughout the trip.  His first setup he used...

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Can fish hear? Yes, fish can hear a long distance underwater. They don't have visible ears, but have two inner ears, and they detect sounds through their lateral line. Basically, the lateral line is their ear.  Can fish determine sounds?  Yes, fish can tell when people are talking, the sound of boat motors, and when something sounds like dinner. How fast does sound travel underwater? Sound travels underwater at 3170 miles per hour; however, sound travels around 740 miles per hour in air. That in itself tells you how important sound is to fish. It is their first and foremost...

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