Bass Fishing Lures – Which To Use

Topwater bait lures got the name because they are designed to float across the top of the water and you hook other bait like worms and minnows onto it for even more action. They stay afloat even when you are reeling the line back in. This is a popular type of lure but many anglers feel like the noise they make is a disadvantage because it scares the fish away.

But the worm is one of the best bass fishing lures around. Artificial worms offer you a variety of color, textures, length and designs. Many of the new designs will add to the real life effect that these lures provide attracting more bass to your line.

As you can see there are many different types of bass fishing lures available. Each category has many selections to choose from increasing your options. There are so many different types of bass fishing lures available that it may even seem a little overwhelming to someone new to bass fishing. However, after you become more experienced it won’t seem as complicated. You will find the bass fishing lures that suit your needs and know which ones work the best in any given situation.

Knowing the area of water where you are fishing will help you determine what the natural food source is. This information will help you decide which lures would work the best for that particular area. The more you go bass fishing the easier it will be to determine which lures will work the best and when. Experiment with different options and have fun while learning all about what makes these selections the best bass lures in North America.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow bass fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on bass fishing since 2004.

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