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Dedication, intensity, continual learning and improvement – the same elements that put Quantum pros at the top in professional angling drive the Performance Tuned philosophy. It's a deep-down committment to be the best.

But Performance Tuned is much more than a mindset. It is a rigorous process realized in one of the most advanced tackle testing facilities in the U.S. Stop by the Quantum lab and you'll see we're literally millions of casts, hooksets and drag-burning runs ahead of the competition. Clutch systems are placed in a medical-grade laboratory freezer to ensure your anti-reverse is rock-solid no matter how cold it gets. Saltwater products are tested for corrosion resistance in a super-humid salt chamber more sweltering than any day you'll ever spend on deck. And rods have every fiber of their backbone placed under extreme weight load inside a Plexiglas chamber. Sometimes they shatter. It only helps us make a better product in the end.

These accelerated torture tests help us pinpoint weaknesses and eliminate them one by one until you're left with a superior breed – highly evolved, and constantly improving. Just like the skills of Kevin VanDam, Gary Klein, Gerald Swindle and anyone who takes fishing as seriously as we do.

That's Performance Tuned. That's testing and fishing at a Quantum level.

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KVD hauling one out of the water

Debating the Death of Spinnerbaits: Part 2

Perhaps the greatest irony in the perceived recent death of spinnerbaits along the Bassmaster Elite Series trail is that the sport’s most dominant angler is the one who seemingly depends on them the most. “Heck no they’re not dead,” exclaims Kevin VanDam (KVD). “I used…

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Spinnerbaits at rest

Debating the Death of Spinnerbaits: Part 1

Are Spinnerbaits dead? That’s the informal but long contemplated question that was posed to a panel of eight men including living legends like Gary Klein, Ken Cook and Kevin VanDam. B.A.S.S. photographer James Overstreet, who has tracked bass fishing’s trends nearly every week for the…

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KVD Spins away

KVD Isn’t Always Reel Fast

“Slow it down. Don’t reel so fast. You’ll get a lot more bites. This water is really stained,” emphasized VanDam to a weekend warrior along for a day of summer fishing as a guest to the astonishing 7-time Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.…

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Rich Tudor helping land a shark

Flip the Bail to End Frustrating Spinning Reel Tangles

He’s won more than 50 tournaments and guided virtually hundreds of clients. He’s also untangled a lot of spinning reels. “People fail to pay attention at the end of the cast,” says south Florida fishing legend Rich Tudor. For Tudor, avoiding dreaded spinning reel tangles…

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