As the name “CODA” suggests, we want our products to be the
highlight of your next day on the water and make it as productive as possible. It is our goal to not only provide quality products at competitive prices, but also bring back the level of customer service that has been lost with so many other companies.
All of our products are hand made with only the best components right here in the USA. We refuse to sacrifice quality for quantity!
HAND TIED SKIRTS
Tired of your banded skirts getting dry rotted on your favorite lure? Do you carry zip ties in your tackle box? All of our skirts are hand tied one at a time with 26 gauge coated copper wire! You have enough to think about when trying to land that PB or catch your limit, don't let equipment failure be one of them.
DON'T GET CAUGHT WITH YOUR SKIRT DOWN!
Just like anything...there is a RIGHT WAY & WRONG WAY to build something!
Soft Plastic Jig Trailers
It's proven that jig's catch big fish, but they have to be paired with the proper trailer to be the most effective. We recommend RPG Outdoors Custom Baits for trailers on all of our jigs. A Coda Lure Jig and RPG trailer are a deadly combination!
ORGANIZATIONS WE SUPPORT
JMB Fishing Foundation
Since 2019, JMB has worked with, and impacted hundreds children and their families. We work to provide meaningful memories by pairing children with terminal illnesses and children with special needs, with veterans, wounded warriors, fishermen, hunters and outdoorsmen in great adventures. Our goal is to provide new opportunities and smiles that will last a lifetime.
Heroes on the Water - Ft. Hood Texas Chapter
Heroes on the Water helps our Nation’s warriors and veterans from all branches of the United States military unwind using the therapeutic qualities of fishing from kayaks. What looks like a day trip of paddling and fishing is in fact something much deeper and long-lasting. Founded in 2007, our unique kayak fishing program allows the participants a chance to decompress from the stresses associated with combat and the physical rigors of rehabilitation. Warriors enjoy these benefits while on guided fishing trips held in local communities around the country. Participants receive basic kayak fishing and paddling instruction, angling clinics and paddling classes for participants.
Anglers For Aiden
Anglers for Aiden Fishing Tournament to raise funds to give scholarships to graduating seniors and help with community needs.
CAST for Kids Foundation
Children with special needs (ages 6 and older) and their caretakers come together with community volunteers for a fun day of fishing they may not otherwise experience. These events provide a refreshing break from their daily challenges. Spreading a positive message that kids with disabilities can accomplish anything, we include all children, despite their limitations. This is all made possible through national and local sponsors-people who want to make a big difference in the lives of kids with special needs thus strengthening their community.
FishKid at Heart
Pink Fishing got its beginnings in 2007 as a result of a long-term vision to combine the love for fishing with the desire to give back to the community. We elected to target breast cancer due to the personal impact it has had on the lives of our family and friends. Meshing these two objectives together gave rise to the birth of Pink Fishing.
The Pink Fishing design incorporates the breast cancer awareness ribbon as the ‘P’ in Pink which makes a clear statement. Pink Fishing is a fun and unique niche that targets both women and men who seek fashionable active wear while helping the awareness of breast cancer.
FOM Texas Central
What began in 1998 as a small four division tournament trail with a total of 21 events through the first season has now grown into one of the largest fishing tournament organizations in the country. During the 2012 season, 44 team tournament divisions and 34 legacy divisions combined for over 300 tournament events.
A divisional tournament event consists of a professionally ran fishing tournament on Saturday preceded by a meeting on Friday evening. At the Friday meeting, anglers are treated to a meal, tournament details, and door prizes. But most importantly they will hear a gospel message and offered the opportunity to accept Jesus into their life.
All of our tournaments are team events, with each team consisting of two members. Legacy division teams are also two person teams. However, a legacy team is made up of one member who is 19 or older, and one member who is under 19.
Membership is open to anyone without regard to religion, gender, age, or race.