Five lures for bass fishing

By starting your collection with these five lures for bass fishing you’ll have everything you need to do some great fishing while adding to your collection. Each one of these types of lures have many designs to choose from but you can pick out a few of each that are different colors and sizes, then see which ones work the best in your area.

Once you have your collection of lures to start with your next step will be to learn how to use them correctly. Presentation is just as or even more important than selection. If you’re not presenting the lure the right way you won’t get the full effect and you won’t get as many bites. Each type of lure is designed to work in a specific way that has been proven to attract the bass.

Take some time to learn how the lures work and this will help you learn how to use it the right way. It may seem like a simple thing and many new anglers believe that all you have to do is cast the line out and reel it back in. However, the angle you hold the rod and the speed of retrieval all have an affect on the way the lure moves through the water and how it looks to the bass. The bass seem to instinctively know when something is not right and they will avoid anything that acts in an unnatural way. This includes things like a baitfish swimming backwards or moving at incredible speeds. Practice using your lures and learning how to reel them in correctly and you’ll see your fishing skills improve with time and you’ll be reeling in those bass like a professional.

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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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