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What are artificial lures used for?
Artificial lures come in a variety of designs, shapes, materials, and colors. These lures are all attempting to match the natural forage of any species you are targeting. These lures can be used in any method of fishing you can think of. Especially if the fish you are targeting happens to be feeding hard on the forage you are representing.
What is a fishing lure and how does it work?
For those of you who haven鈥檛, a fishing lure is a type of artificial fishing bait used to attract fish. Lures come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors, each designed to attract a specific range of fish species. Of course, what works with one fish won鈥檛 necessarily work with another.
What size lures should I use for fishing?
Different sized lures will be more effective with different fish. Typically, the bigger the fish, the bigger the lure should be. Recommend sizes for your lures according to fish type are as follows: For Crappies, Perch, Bluegills, River Trout, and White Bass, use one to three inch lures.
How do you mimic the behavior of a bait fish?
Use a lure to mimic the behavior of the bait fish. Mimicry is one of the most advanced lure techniques for experienced fishermen to use. It’s a subtle and sophisticated way of catching fish that requires the use of two pop lures or plugs for the best effect. Tie one lure behind the other on a monofilament leader and cast your lure out deep.