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Saltwater Fishing Lures

You'll have plenty of fish stories to tell when you aren't left with an empty hook. Saltwater fishing lures are designed to catch bigger fish such as trout and tuna. You can use look-alike minnow lures as bait or choose other crankbait and swimbait designed to move in the water so the fish bite. Remember to match your lure with the type of fish you intend to catch. Then, you can fish from a pier, boat or shoreline.

Jig Lures

To mimic the jerky movements of prey, jig saltwater fishing lures have a lead sinker attached to the lure. Anglers like this type of lure because fish are easily attracted to it. Some lures are luminescent to catch the attention of snapper, kingfish and other species. Likewise, you can purchase the lures in packages with multiple lures so your tackle box stays full of bait. Most lures average between 20 to 80 grams and a length of 121 mm or less.

Rig Lures

Fishermen use a combination of sinkers, bobbers and rig saltwater fishing lures. You can use the fishing combo to float or sink to the bottom depending on the type of fish you want. Glow in the dark, prawn shrimp rigged lures are used for night fishing to catch bass and cod. Furthermore, some people have success using a rigged fishing leader and trolling hook to catch bluefin and yellowfin tuna, salmon and mackerel.

Soft Plastic

Soft plastic saltwater fishing lures are used to fish for bass, bream and flatheads by using colours and shapes that make the bait seem alive. Moreover, soft plastic craws resemble crawfish, a favourite food of bass.

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