Spinner Rigging Eye-Candy Leeches – Deadly Walleye Trick (NEW! Eye-Candy Riggin’ Leech + Spinner Harness): Snapshot of a deadly and simple technique that is catching crazy numbers of walleye for us back home on Devils Lake right now. The new Eye-Candy Riggin Leech is an elastic plastic that has better action and floats. This particular profile and action is perfect for using with bottom bouncers and spinner harnesses. Follow the outside of the defined weed edges which typically run between 7-12 feet of water. Run an ounce and a half bottom bouncer and shorten up the snell to about 30-36 inches for fishing through weeds. Nose hook the Eye Candy Riggin Leech and run the harness at faster speeds between 1.3 to 1.8 miles per hour although faster speeds yet can sometimes work well. As this water continues to warm up and we see more stain in the water from algae blooms and wind, the thump of a deep cup Colorado blade on the harness seems more important. By replacing traditional live bait like crawlers and leeches with the Eye Candy, you can increase your efficiency. The colors can be changed, you get better lift on the harness and a subtle, undulating action that triggers fish. These baits are durable where you can catch several fish on one bait and stay on the hook much better than traditional live bait.

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Eye-Candy Riggin’ Leech

 

Eye Candy Riggin' Leech

Eye Candy Riggin’ Leech

 

The unique characteristics of TPE allows us to explore shapes never seen before. The NEW Eye-Candy Riggin’ Leech is just that. It’s ultra thin leech profile looks, acts, and swims like the real thing. Eye-Candy’s durability allows anglers to rig this ultra thin bait by tipping similar to rigging live bait. Whether rigged on a jig, spinner rig or harness, this baits lifelike action is sure to bring more fish topside. The Eye-Candy Riggin Leech is a 4.25″ bait that comes 5 per bag, available in 10 eye catching colors.

 

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In 1975, a young Northwoods fishing guide named John Peterson started pouring jigs and tying tackle for his guiding clients in a small remote cabin in northern Minnesota. The lures were innovative, made with high-quality components, and most importantly were catching fish when no other baits were working! The word spread like wildfire, the phone started ringing for Team Northland®… and the Northland Fishing Tackle® brand was in hot demand!

For over 45 years Team Northland® Tackle has been designing, testing, and perfecting an exclusive line of products that catches fish like no other brand on the market today. Manufactured in the heart of Minnesota’s finest fishing waters, Northland® is one of the country’s leading producers of premium quality jigs, live bait rigs, crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and spoons for Panfish, Perch, Walleye, Bass, Trout, Northern Pike, and Muskie.

Northland Fishing Tackle® products are designed by fishermen for the quality-conscious anglers of the new millennium. The entire management team are fishermen who surround themselves with experienced Northwoods fishing guides, veteran charter captains, professional tournament anglers, and the famous Team Northland Pro-Staff! These fishing experts provide us with valuable product feedback and innovative fishing ideas that keep us on the “cutting edge” of the fishing tackle industry.

The Northland Fishing Tackle® Team has some of the best promotional fishermen in the industry such as Brian “Bro” Brosdahl, Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson, Jason Mitchell, Brad Hawthorne, Joel Nelson, and Nick Lindner to showcase our innovative shapes, colors, and designs. Our Pro Staff and professionals spend hundreds of days each year on the water and are the backbone of our organization. Our social media channels reach millions of people across Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Our content-rich Northland Fishing Tackle website serves as a home base for new product information and an excellent resource for fishing tips, tricks, and hacks.

 

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