Veteran captain and world traveler, Andy Moyes, has fished the world over, and them some. From stints in Nova Scotia to Mozambique to Hawaii and beyond, Captain Moyes has seen and done it all in the big game fishing industry.
Andy started making lures in 1983, at the age of 13, and has spent the past few decades of his life fishing the some of the planet's most-prolific fisheries. In May 2009, Moyes started making his lures for the general public and created quite a stir with his beautiful shapes and stellar finishes. Moyes crafts all of his lures from the highest-quality components, from the real abalone shell to the water-clear, UV-stable polyurethane. He prides himself on combining old-world craftsmanship with space-age materials, all the while keeping an emphasis on performance. Moyes makes every lure himself and has had many tournament victories attributed to his lures.
Recently, a grander Black marlin off Mozambique (a 1,018 lb. fish that caused much stir in the media waves) was caught on one of Moyes' "Kawai" lures. Moyes makes all of the popular head shapes like plungers, chuggers, etc., but also includes a few of his own. The lures come in a wide variety of custom skirt colors and you can pretty much pick and choose what you want.
When he's not in some far away land pursuing giants, you can find Andy in the waters of South Florida.