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We have baits in stores in the Spokane Wa. Coeur D Alene ID areas at the Pend Oreille Valley Sportsman in Oldtown, Wa and Fins & Feathers in CDA Id. If you don't live in the N.W. you can still order baits here off the website.

Tony with 12.3 hog he got at El Salto
on a Bleeding Pearl Shad

                    
Check out the 3 part article that Stan Fagerstrom (a Hall of Fame Bass Fisherman) did on Fish-N-Fool Lures on the I-Fish webpage.
Part 1
Part 2 Part 3


Inventor of the Fish-N-Fool Knot  winner of Knot Wars on the
N. American Fishing Club

TV Show  as the best fishing knot of all time

Click here to see how to tie the Fish-N-Fool Knot
Go to Page 10 for a diagram on how to tie the Fish-N-Fool Knot.

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I write articles on bass and Pike fishing for quite a few online bass magazines
Click here to read my article on how to properly handle deeply hooked Bass

  To read my article on how to catch Pike all winter long on lures
Click here

  To read my article on Cold water bass fishing.
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Jace Pollard  Jace Pollard

Jace Pollard from Post, Texas got some hogs from Lake Fork on a 6" Pearl White Sink-N-Fool in about 2 ft. of water. His dad got the another big fish an 8 lb. and Jace also got a 9.2 lb fish all off of just one bait!!!!!! Here is his letter.
   "Hey Fish N Fool, Love your baits!!!!! One of the guides at Lake Fork gave me one of your white Bleeding Pearl Shad deadstick baits. The first fish I saw on a bed I tried it out it worked like magic! The bait set for a about 30 seconds before the big bass went crazy on it, well here she is all 10. 8 pounds of her! I had been trying to catch bedding fish all morning, but a cold front had came in the previous day and gave the big bass a bad case of lock jaw. At about 11 o'clock. I had been casting at what I thought was a 6 or 7 pound bass with a 8 in. brush hog I tacked her on the side of the head hard several times and she still wouldn't take the bait. Our guide said that he had a new bait that a friend had asked him to try out called a Sink-N-Fool and he asked me to put it on, after about 2 cast I got the bait positioned right behind the big hog. I gave her one good thump in her side with the bait and then I let it sit right in front of her in about 3 seconds she gobbled the bait up and proceeded to move it off the bed as soon as I realized what was happening I set the hook in her. She put up a great fight for being so close to the boat. After taking her out of the large net I noticed that she was quite a bit bigger than I had thought she was, and after weighing the monster I was awarded with my first 10 lb. bass ever. The other two big fish that my dad and I caught came later that day. We caught several small fish on your bait as well, but we ran out shortly after I caught the 9.2 pounder."
   
 

Mark Carrico with a Monster Idaho Bass  Even Jimmy Houston uses Fish-N-Fool lures


       Mark Carrico from Hayden Lake,ID. with a nice bass
he got at a secret lake throwing a Strawberry Red 6" Sink-N-Fool       Even Jimmy Houston uses Fish-N-Fool Lures


 Mike Melancon  Jim Thompson


Left; LightNRod with a nice 5lb. Georgia pond bass on a 6" Watermelon Red Sink-N-Fool
Right; Mike Melancon with a giant he got on lake Sam Rayburn fishing a 6" Green Shad.



                   Pete Roundy from the General Store in Spokane, Wa. said;
    "Fish-N-Fool Lures are my favorite bass baits on the market. Possibly the best    plastic ever invented, Sink-N Fool plastics are  the most unique and effective drop       bait I have ever sold or used. Here's just a few examples of fish caught on
                                       these kick A$$ baits!"

Pete Roundy  SM  Pete Roundy  LM


             That's a monster Smallie! Congrats Pete!            That's a Toad Largey too!!!!!!


Owner; Rick Lawrence
Phone: 208-265-5157
Email: Rick@fnflures.com


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Left; Chuck Nail with a nice West side bass.
Center; Michael McLeslie with a nice bass from Pend Oreille River in Washington. 
Right; This is Michael's daughter Ashlyn with her own toad she got at age 3 all by herself.


Chuck Nail  Pete Roundy  LMAshlyn