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The Jenko Fishing Takeover!

You guys spoke and I listened!!

A while backed I asked you fishing folks to name some of the lure brands you like the most. The comments poured in and one brand really stood out.

And then they decided to take over The Fisherman’s Journal.

I’m talking about Jenko Fishing – here to talk about their brand, the lures, and how to fish them.

In the coming weeks we will interview the owner and master angler behind Jenko Fishing, Colton Jennings, as well as some of their professional anglers such as FLW Tour Pro Bradley Jennings.

We will also review and share some of their top lures with in-depth info on how to fish them, why they work, and where you can get into the Jenko Fishing Lifestyle.

And I tell you one thing….

The lures are amazing (and we will be giving some away to a few lucky anglers)

So, sit back, make sure you are subscribed to The Fisherman’s Journal, and get ready.

THIS IS THE JENKO FISHING TAKE OVER!!

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3 Comments on this post.
  • Jo
    4 February 2019 at 10:28 am
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    I have known Coleton Jennings since he was a fourteen-year-old high school freshman. Even then, he was always investigating what made crappie and bass do what they do. As an avid angler, he set out to look at behavior in the two species and determine what was the most desirable from a fish’s point-of-view.
    He’s constantly curious and hungry to learn. Product development is always upmost in taking past experiences and knowledge to produce a top notch product!

  • Robert
    4 February 2019 at 11:03 am
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    How good are they for saltwater fishing!

    • The Fisherman
      4 February 2019 at 11:42 am
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      Really good Robert! I use the Tremor Head when fishing for redfish or out in the inlets and bridge pilings for reds, snook, and flounder. Same with the CD series crankbaits and the Booty Shaker swimbaits. We have a podcast dropping today (2/4/19). Check it out. We will be talking about a lot of these lures!!

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