Best Types of Fishing Lures
Amazing smart lure flashes LED light and vibrate. This is our number one pick, a lure likes this gets 7x more attention, therefore a guaranteed big catch. Generally, it takes 2.5 hours to charge a lure like this and it would last for at least 12 hours. Vibrating lures come with a gravity ball, circuit chip, master board, LED lights and a battery. These lures can be used in fresh or salt water and both daytime and nighttime are great.
Looking to catch a big fish? Well, Buzzbait is your number one choice for topwater fishing. This lure is a true magnet to big predatory fish because it imitates a getaway fish on top of the water. The size and aggressiveness of this bait spark the attention of the biggest predatory fish where ever you fish. This type of fishing lure is perfect for big topwater predators such as pike and bass.
There is no more versatile lure than a crankbait, this type of lure can catch any type of fish in any season of the year. This lure has to be used at depths of just below the surface down to 20 feet or even deeper. Crankbait can be grouped into 4 different categories which are squarebills, shallow divers, medium divers, and deep divers. Each type of crankbait has to be used on different water depths.
A Lure that uses a spinning technique to get the fish to bite. This spinning lure is used in both salt and fresh waters. Many metal blades that are shaped to spin in motion are part of this special lure. This lure mimics the movements of a small fish. Spinnerbaits are best used for depths up to 40 feet. 1-ounce spinnerbaits are used for depths over 40 feet. Predatory fish such as pike, bass and perch are perfect for this lure.
Spoon Fishing Lure has been used for over 200 years and is made from shiny metal that is very effective on a sunny day because it appears as an injured getaway fish. Spoons work great for larger predatory fish such as northern pike, largemouth bass, trout and salmon. These lures are mostly used for deep water fishing.
This type of fishing lure comes with a hook moulded into it and is covered by a soft body to attract fish. Jigs create a jerky, vertical motion. Jigs can be used in both freshwater and saltwater. This fishing lure has to be used in deep waters at least 100 feet deep. All kinds of fish can be caught with Jigs, remember to stay deep.