T&C welcome.

Welcome to the T&C Lures blog! We are a small company out of San Diego, CA that's just starting out. Read on and learn more about T&C and our awesome hand poured plastic baits such as the Swim Grub! In the main page of our blog we will be posting updates on new products, new colors, and plenty of fishing reports from both us and our fans. Also check us out on Facebook.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

T&C Lures would like to thank everyone who has supported us, and also a special thank you to all of you who have submitted photos of your great catches with our baits :)

Please be safe wherever you are, we need you around to keep fishing our baits ;)

Happy New Year!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Happy Holidays!

T&C Lures would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Thursday, December 16, 2010


I just wanted to remind everyone that the prices for swimgrubs will be going up on January 1, 2011. Dozen packs will be $6, and half dozen packs will be $4. Now is the time to order while they are still $5, and $3. Send an email to tclures@hotmail.com stating what baits you want and how many. I will respond to you with a total. Please do not send me any funds before I give you a total.

5" BAITS!!!

Calikillers, which are a 5" version of the swimgrub will be available in all current color patterns that are available for the swimgrub.
Slim slugs are 5" and will be available in 4 color patterns(for now).

The 5" baits will not be sold individually. Calikillers and slim slugs will be $5 for a pack of 4(one pattern), and $9 for a pack of 8(one pattern).

We will have some pictures of the larger baits up soon.

Friday, December 3, 2010

A little freshwater Calikiller report!

A couple of weeks ago, I had ordered some Calikiller grubs from Kevin in some freshwater colors to try out on some local piggies. So far most people had only been using the smaller grubs for jig trailers, but this is a big bait that is 5 inches long and has a thumping tail and I had bigger plans for this bait then on the back of a jig. I have fished this bait for about 5 trips so while I don't have as much experience with the bait to prove its usefulness in many conditions, today it proved itself to be pretty worthy. I got to Lake Poway at around noon today and started off at some of my usual spots. I didn't have any bites so I started looking around to some different spots. I figured, hey why not toss the Calikillers to see what I can muster up. I made a good 50 casts or so for nada and the fish just weren't cooperating it seemed. I made a few more and am glad I did because as I was dragging this bait deep, I got a bite. FINALLY! Didn't feel like much at first, but this fish took off! Really ran off a lot of line and snuggles up in some deep structure! Great! I pulled up my anchor and chased the fish down and got right on top of it and with a few strong pulls, she came loose and headed straight for the surface. I tried to keep her down but she came up and did some good head shakes. I motored over and grabbed her and BOOM fish landed.

***Although 5" calikillers are not for sale just yet, they are available for custom orders. Please email me at tclures@hotmail.com for details.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

November photo contest winner!

Congratulations to Eugene Estacio! He landed this 18" spotted bay bass while using the razor clam swimgrub.