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Standard FBR™ for anchovy or herring bait size 5-7 inchs for salmon, halibut and striper trolling

FBR™ details and color charts

Check out new built in SS quick pin system
New Pin System

The New improved FBR™ adjustable sleeve
New sleeve System

FBR™ fits bait size 5-7 inch for anchovy or herring or any small 5-7 bait
To Order-$7.50 each for basic color and $8.10 for UV and watermelon-select color (see chart below) and click the PayPal add to cart button


Color fully rigged FBR™

Color 2 pack heads only

Buddy packages

 

  

Larged FBR™ for herring bait or sardines size 7-8.5 inchs for salmon, halibut and striper trolling

FBR™ details and color charts

Check out new built in SS quick pin system
New Pin System

The New improved FBR™ adjustable sleeve
New sleeve System

Large FBR™ for herring bait size 7-9 inchs for salmon, halibut and striper trolling


To Order-$7.60 each and $8.20 for UV and watermelon-select color (see chart above) and click the PayPal add to cart button
Color fully rigged FBR™

Color 2 pack heads only

Buddy packages


 

3 pack extra long sleeves for herring, standard or softie FBR™. They are long so you cut to size.

To Order-$2.95 each-click the PayPal add to cart button


Standard FBR™ animation


Standard FBR™


Herring FBR™


Herring FBR animation


Standard and Herring FBR™ as packaged


FBR™ hearring (Large size) colors available

UV, Watermelon, Green, Chartreuse, Bright green, Red, Blue and Clear

Eye colors are mixed as packaged


FBR adjustable sleeves 3 pack


FBR™ Tips FBR™ Tips


Color choices below

   
FBR™ 5-7 anchovy or herring on left above -----FBR™ 7-9 inch herring on right above


Original softie are clear color as shown above.

Eye color and sizes are mixed as packaged with differnent color and sizes. Stick on eyes are available at most tackle shops.




unsolicited Testimonials
Hello! My name is Mike, I'm a salmon fishing guide/instructor on BC's central coast. This past season I had the pleasure of being introduced to the Franko Bullet Rotator by one of my clients from Halfmoon Bay CA. As with 95% of the rigs I see people bring with them, I initially scoffed at it as cut-plug herring is the standard here and if one wishes to fish anchovies then teaser heads and flashers are the way to go. We put the FBR out on one side of the boat and started counting the catch, the initial results were amazing. Having seen too many instances where the same bait works better on one side of the boat, we switched around- same results. We switched depths, same result. Vs. spoons- same, vs. tomic plugs- same, vs. teaser head/flasher- same results. Over all, we fished the FBR for 4 consecutive days and had such great success with it that I begged my client to leave it with me on his departure, which he was more than happy to oblige. He explained that it was the hot item in Halfmoon Bay and was extremely difficult to obtain, due to demand, resulting in him only having the one sample. Over the course of the season, I used the FBR several more times, but only very reluctantly as I loathed the thought of losing my only sample to inexperienced/over-eager anglers. Eventually it became part of my personal "secret" tackle box, to be used only by myself- if I lost it, I'd have no-one to blame but me- and continued to have great success with it. Unfortunately, the amount of time I get for personal fishing is extremely limited due to our client demand but the times I did get to play was spent experimenting with the FBR. I truly believe this product to be a revolution in the salmon fishing industry. We go through so many gadgets in the pursuit of better catch rates and most turn out to be gimmicks, rip-offs, and outright failures- the vast majority seem designed to catch the fisherman- but I have "seen the light" and would not hesitate to send the FBR down under any conditions, if I only had more than the one! I am writing to you outside of any official capacity concerning our lodge operation, more as just a die-hard angler, to find out if and where I might obtain your wonderful product in Canada. I will be meeting with our lodge manager this afternoon and again putting in my serious recommendation that we obtain several truck-loads of FBRs for the 2005 season and I'll be taking my heavily chewed original sample with me as graphic evidence. We, as a well established major resort, see literally hundreds of accomplished anglers every season and I'm more than happy to endorse the FBR to each one. In the meantime, I would like to obtain several for my own personal stash. I would also be quite willing to officially endorse your product. Congratulations on producing a truly outstanding bait rig.
Mike Jones - "Jonesy" 2003 Salmon Masters Tournament winning guide West Coast Resorts Whale Channel/Milbanke Sound

Date: Mon, July 02, 2007 2:37 pm To:
Bill; Just a quick note to tell you of the wonderful success we had using the FBR on our recent trip to Alaska. Our party of seven began our salmon fishing at the Clover Bay Lodge. At first, we were using cut plug herring. Our success was limited as the salmon successfully took the bait without hooking themselves in almost every case. It appeared at first that we might not catch any salmon that day. I went to my fish box and dug out the FBR. Once it was on our lines, everything changed. We began to hook up and land salmon after salmon. Our party of seven ended the day with limits of silvers and kings a total of 49 salmon. What a day and what a wonderful lure. It is the best I have ever used. It out fishes the cut plug by far. The hook positioned just at the tail of the bait is a sure catch every time. Thanks for coming up with this great fishing lure.
Myron Carlson.

Date: Mon, July 16, 2007 7:47 am To: bill@sheltonproducts.com
Hi Bill, Small world! I know Myron Carlson very well. Sometimes he comes to our place and sometimes to Clover Bay. For years we have either used hoochies or cut plug herring. This year the guests are using the FBR's, some exclusively, and are landing more Kings and Silvers than ever. Kindest Regards, Tim Comer Owner of Alaska Sea Otter Sound Lodge http://www.alaskaseaottersoundlodge.com

VIDEO CLIPS

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Salmon

(NEW) Classic salmon attack underwater video Classic salmon attack underwater

Release sequence quick release circle hooks for salmon. Salmon

Why salmon are hard to hook Salmon hooking and releasing

FBR salmon attack (million dollar shot) Big salmon attack

Salmon underwater one Salmon underwater one

Salmon underwater two Salmon underwater two

FBR demonstration You Tube FBR demonstration YouTube

FBR demonstration Quicktime FBR demonstration Quicktime

FBR rotation FBR rotation

FBR™ how to use the new quick pin system FBR™ how to use the new quick pin system

FBR™ how to use the new adjustable sleeve. FBR™ how to use the new adjustable sleeve.


Salmon survey at Duzberry reef. Salmon season is closed using a hookless FBR to count salmon Duzberry Reef salmon survey

Salmon survey two at Duzberry reef. Salmon season is closed using a hookless FBR to count salmon Duzberry Reef salmon survey two

Salmon survey two at Duzberry reef. Salmon season is closed using a hookless FBR to count salmon YouTube HD Duzberry Reef salmon survey two YouTube HD

Salmon underwater film with FBR catching salmon FBR rotation

Salmon survey at Monterey. Salmon season is closed using a hookless FBR to count salmon Monterey salmon survey

Salmon fishing at SanFrancisco. Big sluggo salmon Sluggo salmon

Salmon fishing the Hog Farm (300 foot depth line) at Monterey Hog Farm salmon at Moterey

My Biggest salmon ever. Big salmon Huge salmon caught by Bill Shelton

Solo salmon fishing at San Francisco while video taping my catch Solo salmon fishing at San Francisco

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