People who love fishing know that they need a lot of patience to catch the right fish. However, some fishermen feel the other way around and they believe that there are better ways to fish rather than just playing waiting game in the boat or on the rock. Hence, some of the best fishing experts prefer to make use of fishing lures that can help them to find fishes quickly to increase their count when they are going for some fishing race.
Here we will take a quick look at some of the most popular and famous fishing lures that can actually help you to catch your fish quickly.
Diamond Lures – Diamonds have always attracted females but it can attract fishes too because it sparkles in the water. Diamond lures are normally small in size and weigh less than one ounce. They are perfect when you want to fish walleyes and crappy fish. It also works when you want to catch smaller fishes in the pond or river.
Surface Lures – This lure is more popular with beginners because they have the excitement to watch the fish come out of the water to catch the bait. Hence, surface lures are best if there are lot of weeds in the water. Since the surface lures remains on top of the water there is less chance that it will get tangled up in the weeds and spoil your fishing excitement.
Jerk Lures – Well, the name itself tells us that this bait requires some movement from the angler and therefore it does not move on its own. However, when you give it a movement the jerk lure will move around in the water and it will appear like any other injured fish to the fishes in the pond, lake or river. Hence, they will definitely come closer to your bait and most probably take it.
Heavy Casting Lures – Smaller fishes require smaller fishing lures, but if you are going for bigger fishes like bass and walleye then you will require heavy casting lures that can take the weight of the fish and attract them at the same time.
Standard Casting Lures – This is the most common fishing lure used across the globe and usually used for medium size fishes. If you are going for freshwater fishing or lightweight fishes then standard casting lures are the best.
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