Pro Staff Report

  • Jerremy Akiyama: In search for the 90+

    I’m back again at the paradise island for another photo shoot for the local Lure Paradise magazine. It’s quite difficult trying to work out the logistics and scheduling for an on-site photo shoot or … Read More

  • Jerremy Akiyama: Fishing shows in Japan

    The beginning of the year for manufacturers in the fishing industry is the busiest time of the year with back to back fishing shows held throughout Japan. Starting with the Japan Fishing Show in … Read More

  • David Swendseid: Tule Perch

    The Tule Perch is hunted by Largemouth bass in world class fisheries like Clear Lake and the California Delta. Experience anglers on these and other bodies of water have learned about the Tule Perch … Read More

  • David Swendseid: Pressured Water

    DUO’s US Manager and R&D Specialist, a former trophy hunter and State Record holder talks about considerations in catching trophy fish from “pressured water”.  Bodies of water that receive species-specific angling pressure, are exposed … Read More

  • Fishing in Croatia: Chub and bugs

    European chub is freshwater fish species from the Cyprinidae family, that both lives in rivers and in still waters. In rivers it can be found from the source to the mouth, even in the … Read More

  • Felipu Yueng Gracia: My Trophy Fish

    One of the things that (in my case) keeps us motivated and active in fishing is to have new challenges and to force us to work on them until we achieve them. Otherwise, fishing … Read More

  • Fishing in Croatia: The autumn rain over the river, asp and Bay Ruf Manic

    Autumn is an perfect period for fishing. Summer heats are gone, days are colder and river temperature is slowly cooled, what have positive influence on the fish appetite. River predators will seize every opportunity … Read More

  • Jerremy Akiyama: 2016 season ends in a bang

    At the tail end of the Blackfin season, I got perfect weather conditions to go out. At this time of the year, the weather pattern tends to change and very seldom do we get … Read More

  • Fishing in Croatia: Bay Ruf Manic – transparent decor is efficient

    Would you choose and purchase lure without color? Or to be more extreme, would you remove original color from your lure for some reason? I would and I know some other anglers who did … Read More

  • Ezequiel Romandetto: Surf Fishing

    The 2016 Surf Fishing Season started!,After 72 hours of camping we got some excellent results,the chosen lure were the Rough Trail Aomasa and the Tide Minnow Slim 175 Flyer.I already had some good results … Read More

  • David Swendseid: Intro

    DUO’s US Manager/ R n D product specialist  has a long track record of catching world class smallmouth.  He is responsible for teaching many top BASS and FLW tour professionals how to use Spybaiting … Read More

  • Jerremy Akiyama: Black fin for mag shoot

    The area I live in Japan, Kumamoto (Amakusa) was hit with one of the strongest earthquakes since the massive disaster which crippled the North Eastern side of Japan with the huge Tsunami in 11th … Read More

  • Yuji Saiki: Flounder Fishing in Japan

     Needless to say, the target of the fishing most popular in Japan is a flatfish now as introduced before. The flat anglers continue still increasing. Every early morning, the shore is fully filled with … Read More

  • Fishing in Croatia: Spybaiting in Europe: Asp!

    Duo Realis Spinbait 80 is minnow type lure originally made to target suspended bass in lakes, but also can be used for other fish species. Asp (Aspius aspius) is very attractive predatory fish from … Read More

  • Fishing in Croatia: Pike season opened with Realis Jerkbait

    Well spring is finally here and we are allowed to catch our beloved predator – pike again. Some will try silicone lures like minnows or twisters, and the other like me will start season … Read More

  • Markos Vidalis: Tide Minnow Slim 120

    The Kick @ss Lure! In the recent years, saltwater anglers all around the world, throw a huge part of interest on larger minnows and periodically stopped using smaller ones. The common belief says “big … Read More


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