Fishing and Wildlife
See Article: From tungsten to tin, unleaded fishing tackle becoming more mainstream, by John Myers, Duluth News Tribune, 2-2-21
One of the complaints against non-toxic jigs in the past was that they looked and fished differently than traditional leadhead jigs. But this Clam Pro Tackle Drop Tg Tungsten Jig looks and fishes exactly like lead, is available in the same weights and colors, and is only slightly smaller in body size. It's available in sizes popular for walleyes, bass and panfish. (Photo courtesy Clam Pro Tackle)
Non-toxic fishing tackle, like these Clam tungsten jigs, is getting more popular — not just for panfish but also walleyes, bass and pike. (Photo courtesy Steven Yang)
Preston Ohm, Zumbrota Minnesota, is proud of his 16" largemouth bass caught (and released) 8-13-21.
18" Largemouth bass caught (and released) 5-31-21 by Shepard Johnson. Also pictured is twin brother, Rainer Johnson... both entering 7th grade in Minneapolis.