TYPES OF LURE FISHING

Lure fishing is a method of fishing that involves using artificial lures to attract and catch fish. There are various types of lures designed for different fishing conditions and target species. Here are some common types of lure fishing:

JIGS

  • Jigs: Jigs are versatile lures that consist of a weighted head and a hook. They are often adorned with feathers, skirts, or soft plastic bodies. Jigs are effective for a wide range of species and can be used in both freshwater and saltwater fishing.
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CRANKBAITS

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  • Crankbaits: Crankbaits are hard-bodied lures with a diving lip that causes them to dive and swim when retrieved. They come in various shapes and sizes and imitate different types of prey fish. Crankbaits are effective for attracting predatory fish like bass, pike, and walleye.

SPOON LURES

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  • Fishing spoons have a simple design, an oblong shape, concave on one side that catches water producing a wobble and light reflection flash imitating a fleeing or crippled bait fish. Spoons work best for larger fish species such as northern pike, largemouth bass, muskies, walleye, salmon and trout Spoon lures are metal lures shaped like a spoon, often with a reflective surface. They wobble and flutter in the water, attracting fish with their flash and movement. Spoon lures are effective for various species, including trout, salmon, walleye, and pike.

SWIMBAITS

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  • Swimbaits: Swimbaits are realistic-looking lures that imitate baitfish or other prey fish. They have a jointed or segmented body that provides a lifelike swimming action. Swimbaits are popular for targeting larger predatory fish like bass, pike, muskie, and saltwater species.

TOP WATER LURES

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  • Topwater Lures: Topwater lures are designed to float on the water’s surface and create disturbance or noise to attract fish. They can imitate insects, frogs, or wounded baitfish. Topwater lures are exciting to use as fish often strike them aggressively, creating explosive surface strikes. Which can include poppers, any top water lures diving upto 0.5mtr or 1mtr

SOFT BAITS

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  • Soft Baits: Soft baits are made of flexible materials such as rubber or silicone. They come in a variety of shapes, including worms, grubs, crawfish, and creature baits. Soft plastics can be rigged on hooks with weights and are effective for bass, trout, walleye, and many other species.
These are just a few examples of the many types of lures used in fishing. The choice of lure depends on factors such as the target species, fishing location, water conditions, and the angler’s personal preference.

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