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Gear up for the upcoming Striper Season with Greg Myerson RattleSinkers

Gear up for the upcoming Striper Season with Greg Myerson RattleSinkers and other Greg Myerson quality fishing gear from the World Record Striper Company

Greg Myerson, holder of 4 World Record Striper Titles, including the All-Tackle 81.88 lbs. Striped Bass, now offers his patent pending RattleSinkers to the public. All his World Records have been caught using the Greg Myerson RattleSinkers.

The Rattlesinker is available in 5oz.-16oz weights and in Cammo or Chartreuse colors. The patent pending Greg Myerson Rattle is optimized to create the perfect sound, at the optimum frequency and decibels, to mimic the sound of lobsters which are the Striped Bass favorite food.The lead sinkers are powder coated to protect the fisherman and environment from lead. No other product on the market today can claim to catch monster Stripers, and other large game fish, better than the Greg Myerson RattleSinker. It was used by Greg Myerson not only to catch his 4 World Record Stripers, but it has also led him to the 3 Angler of the Year Titles and Fish of the Year Titles at On The Water Magazine’s annual Striperfest in 2010, 2011, and 2013. A feat unmatched by any other fisherman.

Greg Myerson and his World Record Striper Company also offer many other products including the Greg Myerson RattleFloat, Greg Myerson Rattle Multi-Bait Jig, and Rattle Sonic Flies, and several new products will be coming out this spring. All products come with the Greg Myerson patent pending Rattle and are hand tied right here in the U.S.A.

Greg Myerson is also opening his new store World Record Striper Company. It is located at 54 Old Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT., next to Bill’s Seafood. The Grand opening will be June 1, 2014. Check our blog and sign up for our Newsletter to receive further updates and specials. All his products, apparel, gifts, and artwork can be found at www.worldrecordstripercompany.com. He also posts fishing tips, strategies, and his latest adventures on his blog also found at www.worldrecordstripercompany.com/blog.

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