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Mark Fisher

Quick Bio

Hometown: Nowthen, Minnesota
Currently Representing:

Angler Profile

"Must Have" Rapala Lures and Why:

Depending on the species of choice, best advice would be to take along a mix of lures best suited for that fish. I would also carry along a few that are simply "go-to" multi-species lures such as the Original Floater® and Shad Rap® in several sizes. If the fishing gets tough or the weather turns cold... remember to down size the lure and go smaller.

The One “Go To” Rapala Lure:

For success catching walleyes while drifting and casting, it would be a #11 Minnow Rap®. For big Pike a #15 X-Rap® SubWalk™. For smallies a #10 X Rap® and Largemouth a DT® 10.

Favorite Lake:

Rainy Lake, Ontario

Favorite Fishing Memory:

The next time I take someone fishing... they're all favorites.