A decade ago, Kokanee Fishing in the Western U.S. was gradually becoming classified as a trend. It has now transformed into a "craze" for many fishermen.
As more Kokanee are introduced into lakes and reservoirs from the Rockies to the Pacific Northwest, the movement to make Kokanee Fishing more available is gaining strength.
Kokanee are located in all states from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean (except Arizona). Hundreds of more lakes are being targeted to introduce this popular fishery in the next few years.
It's time to catch the CRAZE!
Alan Greenhalgh, Kokabow Fishing Tackle's owner, says " I wasn't satisfied with the quality of tackle being produced and sold to the public." Most Kokanee and Trout Fishing Tackle is manufactured in foreign countries produced with plastic beads, imitation crystals, poor quality hooks, and a non- brand named line.
Due to my dissatisfaction, I started experimenting with colored glass beads, extreme quality crystals, brand named hooks & line, and a variety of blade colors to attract fish.
I found a certain element to catching Kokanee and Trout was designing a spinner series and inline attractors which produced an extreme reflection of light, enticing color combinations, and a balanced presentation to the fish.
Kokabow Fishing Tackle's products offers just that!
Kokanee and Trout now have become easier and abundant to catch using Kokabow Fishing Tackle.
The unique Kokabow Spinner Series and attractors are becoming a "go to favorite" across the Northwest to attract not only Kokanee and Trout but Sockeye Salmon, Walleye, Bass, Catfish, Crappie and Perch.
We believe you'll see and feel the quality difference of our tackle.
So, "Takem' for a Spin", and watch them strike!
Alan & Wendi Greenhalgh
Kokabow Fishing Tackle, LLC.