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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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The Rattle Bucktail is one of the most effective lures ever made. But, are you using the right color? You can use whatever color you got and hope for the best. Although, any serious Bucktailer will tell you, sometimes they are chewing on different colors more then others.  Sometimes Striped Bass will not touch a certain color at all! You see underwater, light fades fast the deeper down you go. It's called attenuation loss. As you get deeper you lose color. At 33' there's no color at all. This is why, depending on the time of day, you'll wanna use...

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Recently Greg posted a short video on Facebook about how the Rattle Bucktail is constructed using a 3 step process. I’d like to share the details of that process with photos displaying each step. There are some toothy critters in the water where you like to fish our bucktails, and they can destroy a poorly created lure in a very short time. We decided to use a process when we created the Rattle Bucktail that would help it to withstand those razor teeth on fish such as the bluefish. We also wanted to have the bucktail generate lots of movement in the water and...

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Last night just before dusk, Greg Myerson and his business manager Vinny, decided to go to their favorite local Fluke fishing grounds around Westbrook, CT. Greg wanted to try out some of his new proto-type Rattling fishing products like the Rattle-Teaser. Greg wanted to try a new setup for Fluke. Combining two Rattle products with one new piece of tackle called a Rattle Teaser. His new setup begins like this: 1.A 3-way swivel with a 5 or 6 oz. RattleSinker clipped to to it. Then a 1' piece of monofilament line leading to a barrel swivel. 2.Clipped to the barrel swivel, is...

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The technique Greg Myerson uses to attract large fish to his bait or lure is called Rattling. In implementing this technique, Greg enables his trademarked Rattle™ fishing tackle to emulate the sound of a crustacean, such as a baby lobster, crab or crayfish. The Rattling technique takes advangage of two dynamics that play well into an angler's hands: sound travels very efficiently in water and hearing is the most pronounced sense among almost all species of fish. The key to successful Rattle Fishing is the proper manipulation of the Greg Myerson™ Rattle tackle, be it a RattleSinker™, RattleBlackfish Jig, RattleFloat or RattleBucktail....

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