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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 can 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...

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The WRSC loves to see people catch fish. The company formed around its flagship product the Rattlesinker®. A product that Company founder Greg Myerson made so he could catch substantially larger fish in bigger quantities. He used it for over 20 years before he ever sold one.  He never intended to sell them. They were just so effective at helping him catch fish, that it became impossible to keep his Rattlesinker® a secret.  Eventually, everyone wanted to buy them from him; especially, after catching the World Record Striped Bass. His Company, the World Record Striper Company, is made up of...

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I was invited out on a fishing trip with Rick Newberg, and a couple friends of his named Greg and Jeff, to try out some new products from Greg Myerson and his World Record Striper Company. To make tonight even more interesting, Jeff brought along his drone and high-tech camera attached to the bottom to try and capture some film footage of how our new Squid Flies worked. It seemed like a good evening to try out some new video techniques, and we spotted several areas where birds were congregating and the fish were feeding.Before we launched the drone, we...

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Greg Myerson, often referred to as the Warren Buffett of fishing, has forgotten more about fishing than most of us even know.     I have known Greg for a long time now, and I am constantly amazed at his knowledge of Striped Bass and fishing in general.  Few people come along in one’s life that truly make an impression, and Greg is one of those people. You can love or hate him, but you can never take away his ability to find and catch monster fish.  He has caught 3 World Record Stripers and currently holds 2 Titles.  Recently, Greg’s...

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If it seems like there's not a lot of Bass around?  Then look to the shallows!    I'm finding the Bass in shallow water that has a lot of structure. The deeper reefs have not been producing many decent sized fish. But,  the bigger,  fatter bass have been closer to shore and in the rocky bottom areas. I'm finding that 15 feet of water is the magic number.  I think it's easier for them to spot food in the shallow water from top to bottom,  and the water has been especially dirty lately. But,  as this new moon approaches the...

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