Winter Lures For Success!

what’s the best lure for winter fishing. (fall) on lake livingston tx.

Winter bass fishing can be an extremely peaceful pastime if you want to get away from the hassles of everyday life but many people do not enjoy it purely and simply because the climate is cold and the bites will be few and far between much of the time! In truth, if you hone your technique and use the right equipment then you will improve your catch rate no end! The best lures to use in winter are often chartreuse tail grubs. The bass go mad for the chartreuse lures. Something about the colour really encourages them to bite. There are certain other colours that they are attracted to but chartreuse usually has the gratest effect. Winter is a time when you pull out all the stops when bass fishing if you do want to achieve a measure of success and it has to be said that chartreuse grubs are perhaps one of the elements that you should use! You can also try one of the several vibrating lures out there. The vibrations will attract the fish because they are actually bult for their nerves to pick up on the slightest movements in the water. If your bait was to be held steady and attached to one of the vibrating lures, such as a torpedo for example, then you would more likely get a catch sooner rather than later! Combine the two above suggestions and you will find that you will enjoy fihing and get more bites than before! Also, remember to avoid using any weed guards that are usually attached to your lures. Bass are more deliberate about their prey in winter and will notice any weed guard that you attach, so just be aware of that!


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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