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Caylen Phegley Port Angeles, WA

When most people see a wicked lure they instantly think, oh Coho fishing. This is because of the hoochie. I have never fished with a lure that has caught such a wide variety of fish. I can go out to my local river catch a spring chinook on a pink and chartreuse wicked then go up to my local ponds and catch a bass on the same thing. Anything from summer or winter run steelhead, bass, pike or any species of salmon in the salt or freshwater. It doesn’t matter, wicked lures do the trick. This is because the inventor of wicked lures, James has put many hours or sweat, blood and tears building this lure. Whether he’s prototyping new color combinations or making deals with manufactures to make his lure better and more reliable. This guy will stay up till 2 in the morning just to make a video for you to show you how to set up his product, that’s a guy that I like to buying lures from. I met James 2-3 summers ago. He convinced me to start using them, so I did. The year I started using wickeds on each fishing trip I went out it increased the amount of fish I caught greatly. I went from catching 1 steelhead in the winter to 25 this year, 1 springer a year to 6 and 1 being 30 lbs. 30-50 Coho a year to over 250. 1 day during Coho season I caught 30 Coho in a matter or 5-6 hrs. I haven’t heard of any other lure doing that. This lure is and always will be the lure that I go to when I’m fishing, no matter what it is. So go to your local fishing store or to wickedlures.com to get the lure that might catch you a fish of a lifetime!