Remedy plastic fishing lures are manufactured by hand in Southern California.
In the summer of 2009 I was spending more time on the water fishing for bass compared to any point in my life. Bass seemed to be present in most of my thoughts and conversations. When I was visiting my father one day, we got to talking about his old plastic worm making kit. I took the challenge home with me, and started experimenting. It didn't take too much trial and error to see there is a steep learning curve to creating a usable bait.-Dustin Begovich
Thankfully, everything smoothed over, and by the fall I was creating my own plastic worms and catching fish on them consistently! This really tied together the fishing experience when I was reeling in fish on my custom fishing lures. Through research after the bass season came to an end, I discovered that I could make these same lures with more acceptable plastics that were ridden of the toxic chemical Phthalate. This came along with the knowledge that I could recycle used plastic fishing lures. That means that when I am finished fishing for the day with a plastic worm, tube, swim bait, jerk bait; I can keep that material for reuse.
With the knowledge that there are possibilities to make fishing less of a burden on the lakes and the landfills, I decided it would be a great idea to start a company that would keep those values on hand when making a quality fishing product.
Now in the spring of 2010, Remedy is in an extensive research and development phase to decide specific plastic worms to be manufactured for sale. Six of the most powerful color schemes will be released in the middle of May, for the bass anglers of America!