TARGET VERY BIG PERCH05/05/2016
Specimen fishing for perch has to be one, if not my favourite style of fishing. I like to fish for them in rivers and lakes and some recent sessions have just been insane!
THE GUNKI DOGORA 100 F30/04/2016
Last year I wrote a review on the Dogora 65F, and since then, with this little shallow crankbait I have caught countless fish. To read this review, just click on the link: Dogora 65F Much to my delight, this year, the Dogora has grown a few centimeters...
GUNKI SHIGEKI AND IRON T BIG BAIT RODS28/04/2016
Fishing for specimen pike needs a certain amount of preparation. It also implies a good dose of abnegation, pugnacity and humility. As you will be casting lures of a 100 to 200g all day long, you will need a perfectly balanced combo, every ounce of power...
A G'BUMP FOR A PIKE26/04/2016
New to the range in 2015, the G’Bump has already made itself a name in the specimen pike fishing scene but, it has also proven to be a killer on other species. I will do a review on that in a future article but, in this one, I will explain how to rig...
SOFT LURES FOR PIKE19/04/2016
The pike season in France is about to start (1st of May) and at last, it is time to get back on the water in search of these crazy fish! If all goes well the fish will be active and then I’ll try a selection of hard baits: jerk baits like the Gamera and...
THE GUNKI SPINNAKER17/04/2016
The pike season is about to start in France and there is one lure that I will definitely not be leaving at home: the new Gunki spinner bait, the Spinnaker. In this article I will explain why, how and where to use this awesome lure.
THE CLIPPER, A PIKE MAGNET12/04/2016
The Gunki Clipper is the ideal lure to associate with the G’Bump (certified big pike lure!) and its’ shad tail and powerful vibrations, whereas the Clipper with its grub style tail produces more subtle vibrations.
TROUT: IT'S ALL ABOUT THE COLOUR !08/03/2016
Each time it's the same: which coloured lure to choose? More often than not, it comes down to the one that worked last time. It's empirical but it works, well, more or less! Let's have a more rational approach and see if it's possible to have better ...