Shawna Farrell Fishing Lure December 27th, 2017 - 11:56:59
You might come across someone who asks you what you prefer to use when going trout fishing: natural bait or lures? Of course, we all know what natural bait is... but lures? "What are those?" you ask. Well, worry no more because after you finish reading this article, you will be quipped with sufficient knowledge about trout fishing lures. First of all, lures are designed to imitate not only the appearance, but also the movement of the prey of fish. They come in many different colors, sizes and designs, and this is important because a specific kind of fish may prefer specific prey, so the lure you use must be similar to the said specific prey. For example, if a trout you want to catch typically eats minnows, then choose a lure that looks like one.
Rubber Worms & Grubs - These might not be considered fishing lures to some anglers, but they are close enough to be added to the list in my mind. Rubber worms have been a favorite of bass fishermen for generations, and rubber grubs attached to a jig head can be an incredibly effective method for catching almost every species of fish. Rubber Worms are rigged in various ways and one of the most popular methods is called the Carolina rig. Rigs such as the Carolina rig are used mainly for fishing for large mouth bass. At the end of the day, the best fishing lure is the lure thats your favorite. It would be impossible to say that one type of fishing lure is truly better than another. Some work better than others, or dive deeper than others, but the bottom line is that your favorite, is your favorite, and your favorite fishing lure is, to you, the best fishing lure. No matter what type of fishing lure you consider to be the best, make sure that Youre fishing when the fish are the most active. There is no substitute for the two factors of fishing when the fish are active and practice. The better that your angling skills become, the more fish youll catch, no matter what type of fishing lure you use.
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.
Minnow Imitations - Minnow imitation fishing lures are more than likely the type of fishing lure that all of the world is the most familiar with. These are the fishing lures that look like bait fish and come in all of the sizes and colors that actual baitfish are available in. These types of fishing lures are also available in colors that only a 3-year old could love. There are minnow imitation fishing lures that dive a few feet deep to as many as thirty feet deep. You can cover the entire water table with minnow imitations. The most popular of these types of fishing lures has to be Rapalas. Rapalas are made from balsa wood and are a very lifelike, realistic, and effective fishing lure. Another lifelike and realistic fishing lure is the KickTail Minnow. The KickTail Minnow is fairly new to the fishing lure market and looks as much like a real bait fish as anything that Ive ever seen. The bottom line is that minnow imitations are exactly what the name suggests: fishing lures that imitate minnows...