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Posted on October 2 by Nick | [comment_count]

Livingston Lures patented EBS Baitfish Sound Technology has set them apart from any other company on the market, with a lure that truly comes to life in the water, emitting baitfish sounds even while on the pause.

Electronic Baitfish Sound Technology has completely changed the way I approach topwater fishing. Here is why:

Experience #1

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Livingston Lures patented EBS Baitfish Sound Technology has set them apart from any other company on the market, with a lure that truly comes to life in the water, emitting baitfish sounds even while on the pause.

Electronic Baitfish Sound Technology has completely changed the way I approach topwater fishing. Here is why:

Experience #1

I personally used the Pro Sizzle Jr. in the Real Shad color on Truman Lake here in Missouri. There was a lot of Shad in the area and I was on a bridge with a lot of riprap. The shad went down deep, and then I picked up the Pro Sizzle Jr. which brought the Shad back up and I caught a critical keeper for the tournament I was in. 

Experience #2

I was fishing the Walking Boss on Lake Ozark and the Bass took the bait simply because of the sound while pausing my topwater. No other technique I tried would work on that group of fish. No other lure works for you like my Livingston Lures do. I am a firm believer in Electronic Baitfish Sound Technology, and that it gives me a clear advantage on the water.

~Joe Grafeman


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Sep29
Posted on September 29 by Nick | [comment_count]

     I was in Memphis Tennessee back in may for the grand opening of the Bass Pro Shop Pyramid. That is when I came across this little crankbait that just blows my mind.  Before I go any farther I have heard my whole life “anglers catch fish, lures catch anglers” or some version of this saying.  If that is what Livingston was going for well it worked.  Except in this case not only did it catch me it actually performed as well as the tournament pro that was standing there telling everyone one about these crankbaits said it would.  These are not your standard rattle crankbait or floating cran

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     I was in Memphis Tennessee back in may for the grand opening of the Bass Pro Shop Pyramid. That is when I came across this little crankbait that just blows my mind.  Before I go any farther I have heard my whole life “anglers catch fish, lures catch anglers” or some version of this saying.  If that is what Livingston was going for well it worked.  Except in this case not only did it catch me it actually performed as well as the tournament pro that was standing there telling everyone one about these crankbaits said it would.  These are not your standard rattle crankbait or floating crankbait. 

The Livingston lures crankbaits are packed full of technology.  These have what they describe as “EBS Technology embedded on a smart chip in the internal sound chamber of each lure.”  For the laymen out there it’s got electronics that emit the sound of a distressed fish.  Now you may say come on this can’t actually work.   Well you would be wrong.  I stood at a lake last week and had been trying to catch fish all morning.  I had tried 3 or 4 different crankbaits including all of the lures I have mentioned above.  I was pretty sure I wasn’t going to catch a thing at all.  That’s when I tied on the Primetyme SQ 2.0 in the Guntersville Craw color.  This crankbait wasn’t in the water for 10 seconds before I caught my first of 4 fish with this lure in the matter of maybe 15 minutes.  This is not the first time this has happened to me either.  This crankbait works!  

It has 4 different sounds you can choose from. All of them are great and will catch you fish.  The Livingston lures crankbaits both the Primetime SQ and the Howeller Dream Master come in a wide variety of colors to choose from.  I am working on getting all of the colors in both models. I mention these two models cause those are the only models I have so far but will be getting more soon. 
 

~Kurtis Clark

http://fishingmissouri.blogspot.com/

 


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Sep17
Posted on September 17 by Nick | [comment_count]
 
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Livingston Lures Walking Boss Part II Review

Courtesy of Jason Sealock, Wired2Fish.com
 

Check out this very unique and effective new topwater lure from Livingston Lures.

Fall is one of my favorite fishing times of the year because there is usually a great topwater bite. That being said, I’ve had a chance to play with the new topwater lure the Livingston Lures Walking Boss II lately. A neat lure that has several different ideas built into it, and the fish have already shown me that it’s something to which they respond.

What’s Unique

What Livingston Lures baits are most known for is their sound technology. Microchips in each bait emit sounds like live baitfish to draw curious fish in for closer inspection. That technology has been revamped to offer multiple sounds in one bait with the EBSMT sound technology and Advanced Rattle System. With EBSMT, you can pinch the line tie and the front hook simultaneously to cycle through 4 different sound options. 

But in the last couple of years Livingston Lures pros have been designing some unique baits that are becoming popular fish catchers and taking their designs outside of just the sound technology for which they have come to be known.

I was a little skeptical, I’ll admit, when I got the first Walking Boss II in the mail. It’s like a cross between a Jitterbug, a walking topwater, a jointed swimbait and a waking crankbait all in one lure. It’s a lot to take in at first glance. But the first time I dropped it in the water, I was impressed.

The paint jobs have come a long ways in the last few years for Livingston Lures as well and the Walking Boss features a nice mix of finishes for the bait. The vibrations from the Advanced Rattle System are noticeable and that’s a pretty neat feature when you want to stop a topwater bait and let it quiver a second.

 

The lure vibrates slightly and emits an audible pulse to attract fish

What You Will Like About it

The Walking Boss II weighs about an ounce and is just longer than 4 1/2 inches. It’s a good sized bait that displaces even more water to give it a large fish attracting presentation in the water. 

The bait does a lot of different stuff on a retrieve and it’s almost like having two different topwater lures with a fast retrieve versus a slow retrieve.

On a fast retrieve the lure throws water like crazy left and right from under that clear front lip. It slithers side to side making a froth on the surface. I found it very effective around submerged grass.

The slow retrieve causes the bait to gurgle steadily along with a nice subtle bubbling noise and nice v-wake on the surface.

 

Livingston Lures Walking Boss II has already fooled some big bass

Personal Experiences

You can cast it a mile on braid. I fished mine on 65-pound New Vicious Braid with great success. I’ve thrown it quite a bit now and I love it already. It has caught a lot of bass already and was very effective fishing it around grass and open water alike. I like that it swims, gurgles, throws water and leaves an V-wake on the surface. I can see where this bait will be very effective in a lot of situations. You can pause it and let the EBSMT and vibration technology do their thing as well. 

Overall I think this is a very cool topwater with a lot of upside. I liked the bone, GC777 and Sexy Melon colors the best for where I fish. But I didn’t think they had a bad color in the lineup. You can find the new Livingston Lures Walking Boss Part II on Tackle Warehouse, as well as other retailers that carry Livingston Lures new lineup of baits.


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