FAT Squid & Brite Bite Halibut Tackle Testimonial

Kay TestimonialHere’s an e-mail I received today from a very satisfied tackle customer who attended my halibut fishing seminar at the Great Alaskan Sport Show in Anchorage last year.

“My husband, Ralph Collins and I went to John Beath’s seminar last spring on halibut fishing at the Anchorage Sportsman Show. Following that we bought everything possible from his booth  that he recommended for successful fishing.

We have fished the same area for over 20 years in Seward, Alaska, and normally did pretty good. However, after using John’s tackle, lures and fishing techniques, we did outstanding!

In only 6 days of fishing, we hauled in 420 pounds of halibut fillets. My brother and sister were up in August, and my brother, Mic Dorrance, caught a 236lb halibut and my sister, Diane Jacobson, caught a 100 pounder. I have enclosed a picture of Mic’s 236.

In the past we have had to soak bait for an hour to get a bite, with John’s techniques, lights and lures, we got bites immediately. It certainly made a huge difference in our catch, and I highly recommend anything that John is recommending!

Thank you John! Kay Dorrance, Anchorage, Alaska”

www.halibutfishingleaders.com

www.squidlures.com

www.halibut.net

 

About John L. Beath

John Beath is a writer, photographer, videographer, blogger, tackle manufacturer & Captain at Whaler's Cove Lodge in Southeast Alaska. He is also owner of www.halibut.net and host at Lets Talk Outdoors @ www.youtube.com/jbeath
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