Lindsay Campos Fishing Lure December 08th, 2017 - 10:14:10
Another popular trout fishing lure is the mini-stick bait. They are designed to resemble minnows, which are small fish that are natural prey for trout. Trout may also look at mini-stick baits as fingerlings, which are baby trout that the adults may also eat. Gasp! Yes, such a shocker, but adult trout do sometimes eat their young. Remember that when going trout fishing, always bring many kinds of lures with you. Bringing a single lure that you think will be effective will not give you positive results. Always try out different types of lures with you because you will never know which one will bring you the most success in catching a beautiful trout. So weve tackled the basics about trout fishing lures! Go out and try using them, compare them with each other and with live bait, and decide which one you prefer the most... and the next time someone asks you about your preference between lures and natural bait, youll definitely have an answer.
Second, always keep in mind that the lure you use must be of the right weight. One that is too light will just float on the surface while one that is too heavy will sink to the bottom. First off, the spinner! The spinner, which is used in spinner fishing, is another type of fishing lure. Fishermen who specifically fish for rainbow trout prefer them. Spinners resemble the movement of tiny fish that the trout are known to have appetites for. Classified under the spinner is the spoon lure. From the name itself, these lures look like the end of a spoon, thus resembling small baitfish. In murky water, use the silver or gold colored spoons because they shine in the water, attracting trout more effectively. But in clear water, choose spoons that have more, say, realistic hues - colors that are similar to the trouts usual diet. An important point about using spoon lures is that they will not work as well if the fish in the water you are fishing in do not typically prey on fish. If the fish prey on insects, then they will probably not hit on your lure.
Arbogast Hula Popper - The Hula Popper has been around for more than sixty years, and many anglers swear by its pulsating skirt for attracting hungry predatory fish such as bass. This top water lure is deadly when "popped" over weed beds or submerged timber. This popular lure is one that every angler should have at their disposal. Rapala Fat Rap - This fishing lure is made from balsa wood and manufactured by Rapala, one of the most well respected names in the fishing lure game. When crank bait anglers encounter open water and weary fish, they can reach for their lightweight outfit and tie-on a Fat Rap. The tight swimming action of this balsa lure has been proven to be effective for many species of fish in various fishing situations.
The Flutter Bug Spinner is also a weighted lure with the same type and size of blade as the magnum spinner. But the weight bodies are brass painted, so it gives a darker impression. The darker lure colors are good for clear water fishing, while the brighter colors are good for night fishing. Another popular lure is the spoon lure which is imitating a small bait fish instead of a fly. The well known Little Cleo is a fantastic trout fishing spoon lure. The water vibration creates the natural movement of the imitated bait fish. Spoon lures are available in two major colors, gold and silver, although there are other color selections which I do not recommend