My dad was an avid outdoorsman, he invented the Katch-All device in 1957 in Detroit, Michigan. He was a tool and die maker by trade and used his experience and ingenuity to design this patented "killer" lure. Our family made many fine outings fishing the Raber Bay portion of the St. Mary's River, in the Eastern Upper Peninsula, both by boat and huddled in a fish shanty. My dad found gratification in seeing his product provide excellent results on these trips. We fished primarily for Northern's but our friends found that the smelt were are "favorite" bait among the fish active in this area. Salmon, Trout, Bass, Perch, Bullheads, Muskies, Pike and Walleye have all been hauled in on a Katch-All.
I hope you enjoy as much success with this device as we have had.
Thanks for your interest
Dr. Louis T. Kurtis
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