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Posted by Sara Beth Powell on August 17, 2011 at 9:40 AM Comments comments (0)

So today we are going to talk about the Munk-E-Dunk

We got reports yesterday that the Munk-E-Dunk is thriving out in Lake Ontario.

Last week we checked out the Great Ontario Salmon Hunt home page and seen that the Big Ern was on top of the score board.

You should check it out for yourself


Knotty Neon

Posted by Sara Beth Powell on July 11, 2011 at 1:52 PM Comments comments (0)

From Bowmanville to Scotch Bonnet the Knotty Neon is working it's charm on the Salmon.

Reports came in this morning

Licence Free Week

Posted by Sara Beth Powell on July 2, 2011 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

So starting today July 2 to July 10th  you are able to fish with out a licence YAY!!! 8)

So take out the family, pack a lunch and plenty of water, grab the wife/husband and the kids Hell grab the neighbour and go fishing.

Don has personal report the the new K9 Special is working it's magic in Newcastle.

He went out on Wed and he had the "BIG" one break his line, now don is in a bad mood :roll:

Desert Storm

Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 20, 2011 at 12:41 PM Comments comments (0)

Desert Storm

So we have had our eager little minds working and have came up with a brand spanking new pattern.

The Desert Storm is a holographic multi-colour spoon. Each pattern is slightly different then the other.

This spoon is a beauty to look at, the colours change as you turn the spoon in your hand


Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 17, 2011 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (1)

Well Well Well

We just recieved a few nice pictures from  a fellow fisherman Glen Harnum.

He has been fishing out of Newcastle and has caught some great chinooks(Salmon) on the Big 'ern

Take a look at the photo gallery to see thse monster fish

Big Ern

Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 16, 2011 at 8:07 AM Comments comments (0)

Big' Ern

So today we are going to look at the big' ern.

It is a beautiful spoon, 5.5 inchs long with a mean looking 4/0 single hook. BEAUTIFUL !!!!!!!!

The big 'ern is one of the biggest spoons on the market, designed to take the power of the salmon with ease. We have this spoon in many colours and patterns.

The Big 'ern is powerful and deadly but still a great ease on the eyes, so you can get the trophy fish and look good doing it


Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 16, 2011 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


So Did you know that Baker's Baits is also on Facebook?

Yes oh yes we are !!!  We share stories and give all our fans a chance to share their favorite fishing stories as well.

You should come check out that baker's baits fan page on facebook, we look forward to seeing you there

Jolly Roger 66

Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 13, 2011 at 9:26 AM Comments comments (0)

Look Out guys and gals the JR66 is at it again.

Just ask John Middleton (see photo gallery) he has been fishing georgian bay and he praises the Jolly Roger 66 .

If you want to go rainbow fishing the JR66 is the lure for you .

We make the JR66 in all sorts of colours and patterns so come on up and check out our assortments of lures .



Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 11, 2011 at 8:49 AM Comments comments (0)

Lure of the Day

Today we bring you reports from our loyal fishermen that the Mastr-bait  spinner is working excellent today.

These reports come from the Napanee River and Bay of Quinte


Posted by Sara Beth Powell on June 11, 2011 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Hot Lure of the Day

The hot lure of the day comes to you from Baker's Baits.

We will tell you what lures are working, where they are working and what they are catching.

Todays hot lure is the JR66 Fluorescent Yellow blade with green ends. It also has 3 green diamonds running down the spoon with a single silver diamond placed upon the centre diamond.

Local fisherman Frank Stacey has had great success with the JR66 on Knowlton Lake he caught a 4.5lb Lake trout within minutes of casting.

As always we have our famous Spot Chek Spinners.

These spinners are a great multi fishing lure.

Today we would like to suggest the orange and Black spinner on bright sunny days the orange will reflect in the water thus catching the fishes eye.