Bass Lures For Sale: Learn Some Crucial Fish Luring Tips

Posted by william jacob on March 1st, 2017

Let the fish tell you what it wants. Don’t stubbornly stick to a favorite lure or presentation even if it is not working. Fish can be very finicky, especially in highly pressured areas. Often, they will respond to something they have not seen before when they are turning down regularly used lures.

Just make sure that you keep varying your lures until you have figured out what the fish on a particular day are responding to. Sometimes they comply with a steady retrieve, but at times fish respond well to some erratic twitches and pauses. Many times a fish will follow a lure and not a bait. The added twitch or pause can cause a fish to react by striking. You need tryout stores that offer a variety bass lures for sale till you find the one that the fish wants.

Fish Luring Tips:

* Try using scent on lures, especially soft plastic lures, which hold in scent well. Even on other lures it can be useful to mask unnatural scents like sunscreen or bug repellent.

* When fishing with sinking lures, vary the depth of the retrieve until you find where the fish are. You can do this but counting at a steady rate each time you cast and then starting the retrieve at progressively higher numbers. Once you find the depth where you get a bite, keep fishing that depth.

* If your lure action is poor, try buying electric vibrating fishing lures online. Vibrating fishing lures provide water dynamics to attract fish; either by increasing the amount of flashing that occurs or by increasing the surface ripple produced by lure vibration.

* When fishing with crankbaits, try bouncing the lures off rocks and other objects on the bottom. This can often trigger strikes.

* As a rule of thumb, try more natural colored lures in clear water and brighter colors in murkier water.  On bright days, start with lighter colors and on overcast days start with darker colors as they are easier for fish to see in those conditions.

* Lure size and action matter more than color most of the time, so make sure you get those right.

* Make sure all hooks are sharp on your lures at all times. If the point doesn’t dig into your fingernail, then take a file and sharpen it until it does.

Fishing requires a lot of patience but with these tips you can tame even the most difficult ones.

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