WiggleFin Tackle - Port Angeles Coho video

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WiggleFin Tackle - Port Angeles Coho video

Post by wigglefin » Wed Feb 24, 2016 3:56 pm

Just want to introduce myself to everyone.
I'm the owner of WiggleFin Tackle and the inventor of the ActionDisc and Swarm flasher system.
Looking forward to a good year and making some new friends.

Here's a video of Coho fishing out of Port Angeles, trolling flies and hoochies with ActionDiscs.



https://youtu.be/YrxkYjb8auk

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Post by Bay wolf » Thu Feb 25, 2016 9:57 am

Welcome to the board! Those disks sure impart some great action. I'll grab a pack or two for my box and run them up at Seiku and Neah this year. Let you know how we do. Great video also.
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Post by wigglefin » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:59 pm

Thanks Bay Wolf.

You can pick some up at Swain's or Ted's in Lynnwood if you're over in that direction.

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Post by Bay wolf » Thu Feb 25, 2016 6:40 pm

Are they available any place down south? I'm in puyallup.
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Post by wigglefin » Fri Feb 26, 2016 12:08 pm

Bay wolf wrote:Are they available any place down south? I'm in puyallup.
Sorry man, not unless you want to drive to Oregon.

Here's a list of my west coast dealers.

http://wigglefin.com/dealer_list.html

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Re: WiggleFin Tackle - Port Angeles Coho video

Post by For Reel » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:02 pm

I think it would be fun to stack a down rigger with one of those. Have 1 line with a flasher and spoon/hootchie, have line 2 with just the wigglefin-fly.

I'll for sure be adding these to my arsenal this season.

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Post by For Reel » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:04 pm

I bet you could slay a lot of coho at Sekiu with one of those!
Bay wolf wrote:Welcome to the board! Those disks sure impart some great action. I'll grab a pack or two for my box and run them up at Seiku and Neah this year. Let you know how we do. Great video also.

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Post by SeatoSummit88 » Wed Apr 06, 2016 2:24 pm

Hello WiggleFin,

Welcome to the site. I am really impressed with the action and design of your product. I am seeing a future with a lot of fish at the end of fishermans lines.
I was hoping you could set aside a few minutes to talk over the phone. I work for a local seafood brokerage/trading operation. I work with our customers (distributors: Sysco foods & FSA etc) to get in touch with end users, like restaurant managers, seafood market managers and chefs; and show them where the fish are coming from. We will take different customers out fishing a couple times a year. I use to work in the commercial and charter side of the business. I connect with a lot of charter captains and commercial captains still. I hate using this word, because sometimes it can be abused. But, if you have the ability to sample out a few packs here and there, I would really like to show some charter operators as well as coastal trollers. If they can hook up with fish any easier using these; I can see sales increasing very strongly.

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Re: WiggleFin Tackle - Port Angeles Coho video

Post by AlesFishmanalco » Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:44 pm

Yes good tips for catching way. In general, if the fish have it on the bare hook bite. From personal experience. [razz]

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Post by BuddhaBelly » Tue Apr 25, 2017 7:53 am

Can these be ordered on line?

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Post by wigglefin » Tue Apr 25, 2017 9:08 am

You can order all our tackle from our website - www.wigglefin.com

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Re: WiggleFin Tackle - Port Angeles Coho video

Post by BuddhaBelly » Tue Apr 25, 2017 4:21 pm

I take it size #2 would work well for salmon fishing. Also, do the locking what ever they are called come included? Or are they like batteries? [biggrin]
Willing to give anything a try. But they seem to be a sweet items. I could now put a hoochie behind a triangle flasher that has no wobble. Am I correct? :cheers:

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