New Arrivals

Tackle manufacturers are always coming out with new and interesting products.  Check out these new items, you are sure to find something fish haven't seen yet.













Tackle Express Blog

Daiwa Launches a New Lighter, More Compact Tatula SV Reel
Daiwa Launches a New Lighter, More Compact Tatula SV Reel

by Chad Curtis February 21, 2020

What really makes The Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 so special are its patented SV Spool and Air Brake technology. The proprietary features work together to truly reduce backlashes, while still allowing for incredible casting distances and unmatched control, as the reel employs both magnetic breaking and centrifugal breaking, simultaneously.

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El Salto & Picachos Fishing Report – 02/15/2020
El Salto & Picachos Fishing Report – 02/15/2020

by Chad Curtis February 18, 2020

It had just rained prior to our arrival so there was a brown stain to the water which gave us a wide range of bait options. By far the most and biggest fish were caught on Kenny’s homemade, single bait Alabama Rig. Keitech Fat Swing Impact swimbaits in either 4.8 or 5.8 sizes were the top producers on this rig as well as on a jighead or as a Chatterbait trailer. 

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Savage Gear Savage Grip Treble Hook
Savage Gear Savage Grip Treble Hook

by Chad Curtis February 14, 2020

The key to this hook’s amazingly high success rate is found in the innovative eye. With traditional one-piece rigid hook designs, the intense pressure and erratic directional changes a fish imparts on a hook’s point naturally extends up the shank to the eye, which links the treble to its lure. In a nutshell, what happens on the hook is directly transferred to the lure.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/26/2020
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/26/2020

by Chad Curtis January 27, 2020

Trolling in 25′ to 40′ of water utilizing the Fly-coring technique and Producer flies has been our mainstay presentation. Most of the school-sized fish remain in deeper water and are hard to target. The bite has been better on overcast days during small windows of activity.

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