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H2H Fishing Breknell Graphic

Head2Head Fishing is excited to announce Brecknell as a new sponsor for the 2021 season. Founded in 1913, Brecknell has made its way to become a global leader in variations of scales and weighing solutions. Their mission is to produce high valued accurate scales that are easy to use and store. Their different scales are used for many different things including, but not limited to fishing use, office use, medical use, and more! With a history as big as theirs,…

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H2H Skeeter Graphic

Head2Head Fishing is happy to announce Skeeter Boats as a new sponsor for the 2021 season. Named after a mosquito because of the long, needle-shaped nose, Skeeter’s first boat was built in 1948 in Shreveport, LA.  As one of the first companies to use fiberglass during boat construction, they have continued to grow and expand to make their boats one of the most popular brands in the US. They recently expanded in 2017 by opening a trailer factory where they…

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Head2Head Fishing is excited to announce Blackfish as a new sponsor for the Inaugural 2021 Pro Walleye Series season. Blackfish evolved when the founders saw a need for gear that could perform in any weather condition.  This led them to create premium rain gear, sun gear, and soft-shells that are both warm and comfortable.  Their mission is to continue to produce high quality, high performance, and reliable gear that will not fail you in any weather condition. Head2Head is excited…

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Head2Head Fishing is happy to announce Lews as a new sponsor for the 2021 season. Lew Childre had a passion for fishing unlike any other. From selling shrimp to fishermen for bait to opening a small tackle shop, he was constantly around all things fishing which piqued his interest in creating better fishing products than ever before. He started with homegrown bamboo and tried to figure out the pros and cons and how to change cuts, shapes, and finishings so…

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Rapala H2H Graphic

Lauri Rapala started creating lures after he spent hours, days, months observing fish and what they go after when they are hungry.  He noticed that they will 9/10 times go after schools of minnows and eat the one minnow that it could find that had just a little off-centered wobble.  He then started trying to carve the perfect wobbly minnow so he would no longer have to spend time baiting lines.  In 1936, he perfected his first successful lure from…

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