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Choosing Your Lure for Bass Fishing

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Choosing Your Lure for Bass Fishing
Fishing is one of the most popular outdoor sporting in the world and it is practiced by millions and millions of fishermen from across the globe. Some consider bass fishing to be the most exciting type of fishing but getting properly prepared for this type of activity can be a hard thing to do that is why with this article we will try to create a much clearer image about one of the most important components of bass fishing, the lures which can make a difference in any fishing days.
If you are willing to start bass fishing in shallow waters that are medium deep, you need to be aware of the fact that you have many possibilities as far as set of lures you can opt for. One of the most effective lures are considered to be crank baits but be careful that there are many types of crank bait lures, some of them you can use for top-water fishing. At this depth, you might want to use streamers, spoons, wet-flies or minnow plugs. An alternative would be use heavier artificial worms, as they can be efficient in the waters that are not that shallow.
However, for shallow waters, fishermen recommend using plugs, spinner baits, plastic lures that float on the water or buzz baits. If you plan on fishing in late summer, you should bring jigging spoons, tubes and lead-heads, if you want to fill the bag. Another important aspect of bass fishing that you need to be aware of is that having the right lure for the depth of the water is not enough as the lures cannot catch the fish themselves (would be great if they could, no?).
What you need to do is to learn and practice to use them properly as they will only aid you in making fishing easy. All types of lures have their own proper ways and specific times to use that is why you must learn and practice using them. All of the lures can be efficient for as long as you know what you are doing.
For beginners we recommend starting with a fairly inexpensive line because many amateurs will make mistakes the first time, it is normal. The bright colored popper baits need to be used by casting the line and let it rest for a while and then pop it back. Especially for beginners you will need to see how that works, to get accommodated with the technique but after you get the hang of it, you will be catching bass in no time.
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Re: [robinxiao2010] Choosing Your Lure for Bass Fishing In reply to
My goto lure for most bass is a spinner bait then I move into the world of plastics. I do use kranks but not too often. Here are two bass taken from Lake Powell on spinnerbaits.

Albinotrout
Fishing and trains...what else is there? BASEBALL.......
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Re: [albinotrout] Choosing Your Lure for Bass Fishing In reply to
OOH, guy, I am so envy about that, fishing in the sea should have been so exciting, and the bass fish is also so cute. I am so expecting for that, wish we can be good friends to go on our fishing disussion topics.