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I've been a Bass fisherman for over 30 years. Never in my life have I seen Bass get so turned on, as I did March 15, 2007.

It was a balmy morning in Central Florida. A warm front had moved in and the temperature was headed towards 80 degrees. We headed out onto the lake around 7:00am. I had a fresh supply of Garneau Baits Hand Pours for bait. As usual I started off the day throwing a Garneau Baits Slam Stick. On my third cast I set the hook on a Monster. After a terrific fight, I landed a beautiful 8lb Largemouth. Well, this was only the beginning. About 5 minutes later, I hooked into another hog. This one weighed in at 12lbs 3oz. Now on any given day this would be considered a heck of a day, but it gets better! I switched over to a Garneau Baits Gritter Critter. On my second cast I landed another fine Bass that weighed in right at 4lbs. Ten minutes later another Bass right around 3lbs. After a few smaller fish, I switched over to Garneau Baits new Buzz Frawgz. Five casts later, I was tied into an awesome 10lb 4oz Florida Large Mouth. By now I am in shock; I can't believe these baits! The fish are chewing on these things and won't let go!

Around 2:30pm I decided to try my favorite, the Pinoc. I should not have been surprised when my rod was nearly ripped from my hand, but I was. I was in total disbelief when I netted my largest fish of the day. It weighed in at a whopping 14lbs 2oz.

I will never buy or fish manufactured soft baits as long as I live. I'm hooked on Garneau Baits.

In my opinion, they attract fish like no other. Take a look at the pictures, they tell the story. If you want to catch trophy Bass, head down to Florida and don't forget your Garneau Baits!

Mark S. Goss

Nothing puts fish in the boat like Garneau baits! I've used Yum, and all sorts of other plastics but noting and I mean nothing beats a Garneau bait. The Pinoc 5.25" helped me land my first muskie.