Eliza Stein Fishing Lure December 08th, 2017 - 11:00:46
Suspending lures. These kinds of lure provide neutral floating effect hence it will neither sink or rise. When it is placed at a certain depth it will remain at that level of depth. This makes it most suitable for chasing hidden trout close to the weed beds, rocky stones or banks. Floating lures. Unlike the top-water lures that float on the surface, these floating lures float just beneath the water surface and is able to float to a depth of more than fifteen feet. The diving depth is determined from the fin point of view to the lure body. The smaller the angle to the lure body, the deeper its able to dive. The movement of the floating lure is also affected by the shape and size of vane and lure body. Floating lures are considered as a "must to bring along" for all lure anglers.
Top Water Fishing Lures - Top water fishing lures are just what the name suggests...fishing lures that are fished on the surface, or top, of the water. These fishing lures can imitate wounded bait fish, frogs, or even small mammals. Ive always had success with frog imitation poppers and minnow imitation top water plugs such as the Zara Spook. A great tip for fishing top water lures is to do it when the water is as calm as possible, the more the surface of the water is like glass, the better top water fishing lures will work. Spinners & Spoons - Im grouping spinners and spoons together because I believe they are in the some family. The both imitate baitfish (for the most part) and can both be quite effective as fishing lures. The two most popular versions of spinner and spoons are probably Rooster Tails for spinners and Daredevils for spoons. A daredevil spoon in the colors red and white have long been known as a great pike bait. Rooster Tails are wonderful for trout and smallmouth bass fishing. Are spinners and spoons the best fishing lure? Thats for you to decide...
KickTail Minnow - This fishing lure mimics the motion of a real fish so realistically eight professionals couldnt tell the difference between it and a live shad when it "swam" toward them on retrieval. This lure is definitely the "newest" lure being outlined in the article, but is nonetheless extremely effective as a lure for fishing (especially where live shad are present in the water you are fishing). Original Rat-L-Trap - Bill Lewis legendary invention, the Rat-L-Trap, is recognized as the most popular, and consequently, the most imitated lure over the past 35 years. Todays Rat-L-Trap is proven by leading experts to produce sound qualities nearly identical to those of schooling bait fish under attack. These sounds are the "Dinner Bell" for predator fish and is certainly one of the most popular lures available to anglers. The most popular lure for fishing is probably impossible to determine, but there is little doubt that the answer to this question lies among the preceding choices. If any of these lures arent a part of your fishing arsenal they should be added sooner, rather than later.
I recall when we were kids we axed large holes in the ice in shallow areas and we laid on isolating plates with covers over the head. This way we could see everything down there, and it was amazing. We saw lots of different fish pass by, some sniffing the bait but moving on, while some took the bait. We often saw large pike sniffing and studying our pike fishing lures before they moved on, but we caught some of those too. I highly recommend this as this is another exiting aspect to type of fishing. Pike ice fishing jigs are a good choice and swimming jigs are most effective in my opinion. I recommend jigging rapala or jigging shad rap. Jigging spoons are also good. Bomber or Dick Nite make great pike lures.