Catch More Fish.
Easily adjusts to where the fish are. Eliminates excessive line out to get to desired depth. Upgrade from 3 Way Rigs & Bottom Bouncers.
I use the Kill Zone three–way rig as the core to my fishing. Regardless of the species, trolling is the fastest way in locating fish. You might need to slow down, vertical jig or use another method once located, but 3 way rigs trolled find the fish.
The beauty of this new rig is that it is extremely fast in set-up time. Its a super easy system to adjust the dropper line to your sinker or to the lure/bait being used. This is critical because a dropper length will change how high off of the bottom your lure or bait will run. The same for the line going to your lure. Sure beats cutting and retying all of the time.
(Jack Payne, outdoor writer, host of an outdoor radio show, member of OWAA and AGLOW)
Determining the right depth is of critical importance, especially in lake fishing.
Shallow depths are tolerated by northern pike, pickerel, largemouth bass, and panfish. They can be caught throughout the season in water bordering weed beds, around sunken brush, and in the shade.
Thermocline-level fish dwell approximately 20 to 35 feet below the surface, and include trout, walleye, and smallmouth bass. They are attracted to hot spots such as drop-offs and sunken reefs. Once you've found them, fish natural baits within inches of the bottom.
I recently had the chance to use the Kill Zone Fishing System in a few different settings. I use three way rigs for many different applications and have found that the Kill Zone works for them all and is much easier to use. I fished Devil's Lake in South Dakota and used it in a drifting technique with a floating jig head on the leader line. Once I figure out the depth the fish were at I adjusted the Kill Zone and I couldn't keep the fish off. I have also used it on the Mississippi as part of a standard river rig set up and it worked excellent in that application as well. I took the Kill Zone up to Northern Minnesota and used it there as well to target walleye that were stacked at 26 ft in 30 Fow. I set it up with a spinner rig and night crawlers and trolled it, once I got it adjusted to the correct depth I slayed the finicky fish. I also used it when I trolled crank baits to target the same depth as the fish and was amazed that it worked once again. In my travels I have used the Kill Zone for many applications and showed it to many people from average fisherman to tournament pros, the Kill Zone is a great addition to any tackle box with many applications and is a must have for any fisherman.
Thank you Michael R. Schultz.
(Travis Aker... avid fisherman... Eau Claire, WI)
Catch More Fish with the Kill-Zone Fishing System. It easily adjusts to where the fish are. Eliminates excessive line out to get to desired depth. It's time to upgrade from 3 Way Rigs & Bottom Bouncers. Get your Kill-Zone Fishing System TODAY!