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2012 Show 4 – Smallies At The Door

2012 Show 4 – Smallies At The Door

January 3, 2012 | By

Washington Island in Wisconsin’s Door County has long been known as a Great Lake’s smallmouth bass factory. Strike King’s Northern Factory Accountant Manager, Darren Jacobson escorts the Hook N’ Look crew in search of post-spawn parental males guarding transient schools of fry. An interesting and informative episode which features a drop-shot rigged Baby Rodent.

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2012 Show 3 – Soo Happy Salmon

2012 Show 3 – Soo Happy Salmon

January 2, 2012 | By

Situated in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Lake Superior State University’s Aquatic Research Lab has annually reared, released and maintained a viable Atlantic Salmon fishery since 1985. Kim and Danny Stricker meet up with ARL Manager, Roger Greil for an “in-depth” observation of the returning adult Atlantics. Kim then accompanies legendary Canadian salmon guide, John Giuliani […]

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Hook n’ Look Season DVD Bundle

Hook n’ Look Season DVD Bundle

January 1, 2012 | By

Hook n’ Look Season DVD Bundle “Hook n’ Look,” jump in with both feet as you accompany twenty year veteran professional angler and lead diver, Kim Stricker and his son, Danny, as they explore the lake bottom for an up-close look into the fish’s neighborhood. Much more than a fishing show, “Hook n’ Look” is […]

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2012 Show 2 – Pontoon Lagoon

2012 Show 2 – Pontoon Lagoon

January 1, 2012 | By

Join Kim and Danny Stricker for a fish-eye view of post-spawn largemouth bass comfortably positioned below shallow moored pontoon boats. Skillfully skipping a Strike King 4″ Caffeine Shad under the shaded canopy proves effective for Kim while Danny captures all the action above, as well as beneath the surface in this eye-opening episode.

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Season 5 Episode 1 – What About Bobbers?

Season 5 Episode 1 – What About Bobbers?

January 1, 2012 | By

Strike King Lure Companies V.P. of Marketing, Doug Minor accompanies Kim and Danny Stricker for some smallmouth sight fishing, utilizing a somewhat unconventional method.

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