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The object of the large metal spoon is to resemble a large bait fish such as menhaden or mullet, and most are chrome or bright silver. When using a large metal spoon most surf fisherman will be after bluefish, but almost any fish will take them. These streamlined 2 to 4 ounce spoons will reach most outer bars with ease. Jigging the spoon on a medium fast retrieval tends to bring good results. If you are after bluefish remember to attach a 12 inch wire trace before the lure.
Lead Head Soft Plastic Tail Jig
The great thing about this type of lure is the variety of combinations available. The action of the lure on retrieval will vary with your choice of tail, so always carry a few different colors and sizes in your bag for a quick change. Changing your choice of tail is a simple matter and can be done quickly and easily. You can use many types of retrieval when using the combination jig, but employing a slow and steady retrieve will see the most takes. Heavy mono-filament line will effect the jigs performance so try and use a short length of light weight leader.
Small Metal Lures
The smaller metal surf fishing lures are great for use with light spinning tackle, a 7 to 9 foot spinning rod and a reel loaded with 10 to 12lb mono-filament main line will allow you to use this type of lure to its full effect. The lure itself is designed to resemble a minnow and when used on a fast retrieve will attract small to medium sized bluefish. A very slow retrieve keeping the lure close to the bottom will produce trout and smaller striped bass.
How to Make Your Own Great Wide Mouth Bass Fishing Lures
Making your own fishing lures can be a great way of saving yourself a bucket load of money on shop bought lures, it can also be very relaxing and can become a great new hobby for those times when your not out fishing. You don’t need a large workshop for doing this just a small work bench or even your kitchen table will do. Lets take a look at some of the tools your going to need not having the right one’s your going to struggle to make your lure having the correct tools will make the whole process easy and an enjoyable hobby for you and all your family if you want to get them involved as well.
You will probably find that you already have most of the tools that you will require, and is not going to break the bank buying the rest you need for making your bass fishing lures. First off your going to need a vice for clamping your work you can get small clamp on vice at most hardware stores that you can just clamp onto your work station. If your going to be making metal lures you will also need an anvil for working the metal fishing lure if you invest in a larger make of vice some will come with a built in anvil on the back of the vice.
You should start off by making a simple fishing lure first till you gain confidence and get used to using your tools, a simple one to start with is the wobbler this is an old time favourite with fishermen. It is a simple shape and does not require a lot of carving skills perfect for the beginner, it is generally 4 inches long and 3/4 of an inch diameter these are normally classed as bait casting size perfect for spin casting and spinning.
Once you have cut your timber to length you will need to carve to a round shape along its length and round one end, then on the other end cut a 45% angle you will then need a gauge chisel to form a groove on the end you have just cut to 45%. to finish the fishing lure you will need 3 treble hooks and 4 screw eyes, you should make pilot holes before attaching the hooks and screw eyes you do this using a brad awl, attach the treble hooks to 3 of the eyes then attach one to the rounded end of the fishing lure then attach the other 2 at about a third of the way in from either end. The attach just the eye to the 45% end you cut earlier now all that is left is to paint your fishing lure to your requirements.
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How to Fish With Plugs
Plugs are wooden, plastic or metal lures designed to imitate the prey of predatory fish. There are now four basic types of plugs: floating divers, floaters, slow sinkers and suspenders. It is important to match the lure to the quarry and take note of the conditions, too.
Floating Diver Plugs
An old, established and well-known example of a floating diver plug is the Big S, which comes in a wide range of sizes. These lures carry a diving vane on the front, creating the dive effect when they are wound in: the faster the retrieve the deeper the dive. By altering the vane angle, the steepness of dive can be controlled. A small, steeply angled lip on the plug indicates that it is a shallow diver, and a deep-running bait will have a quite shallow-angled lip. A useful feature of this type of plug is that once you have submerged it with a sharp pull, say to 2 ft (60 cm) below the surface, a steady, constant retrieve will keep it at that depth, which is very useful for searching shallow, weedy areas.
Plugs with the ability to run at a set level at a controlled speed are the ones to select when you are searching a large water by trolling – towing the lure behind a slow-moving boat. Many plugs are now made in hollow plastic, and the body cavity tilled with multi-reflective surfaces to mimic silver fish scales. They are also filled with ball bearings so that they rattle, increasing the sound attraction. A further refinement in the floating diver category is jointed plugs, which have two body sections that can move independently, increasing even further the action and disturbance as they are brought through the water.
The Rapala is one of a family known as minnow plugs, which are all successful lures. Drifting a floating minnow plug downstream can help you fish at a further distance than you could probably cast with a light lure. Probably the best known is the Devon minnow, which is a finned, revolving variant well loved by salmon anglers.
All kinds of weird and wonderful designs are available, to imitate almost every animal, insect or reptile. Some of these are ideal for chub fishing as well as for pike. With these surface lures, a very erratic retrieve -stopping and starting in a jerky fashion to make them pop on to the water – can produce spectacular takes.
Another exciting surface presentation that produces vicious attacks is possible with an adaptation of the standard surface plug, which includes a small propeller at the front end, so that it actually buzzes when pulled at a high speed through the surface film. These are, appropriately enough, called propbaits. It is better to tie these lures directly on to the line or trace with an open-looped knot without using snaps or swivels. When fishing with these, and in fact all surface lures, always keep your striking arm in check for a vital second or two. It is very easy to strike instantly in the excitement of the moment and pull the lure straight out of the fish’s mouth. Just like the take of a chub on floating crust, let the pike turn with the bait before setting the hooks. Bear in mind that many lures have hook points that are far too blunt and it will pay to spend time sharpening them before fishing, especially when piking.
These are probably the least used, and reserved for those occasions when fishing a water of very variable depth with some deep holes to explore. They can be sub-divided into slow divers, like the Kwikfish, and fast divers like the Hi-Lo, which actually has an adjustable diving vane to vary its rate of descent. With divers, the technique is to count a set number of seconds after the plug hits the water before starting a steady retrieve, altering the delay periodically to vary the retrieve depth. Once at the required depth, increasing retrieve speed will send the lure deeper.
These are interesting to use, the general idea being that they are of neutral buoyancy, and just hang “suspended” in the water when you stop retrieving for a moment. Restarting the retrieve makes them dive. This stop-and-go retrieve technique is effective for all species, but is apparently the most efficient way of lure fishing for zander, which are ultra-suspicious predators. When fishing for zander in this way, some of the takes to suspender plugs are vicious in the extreme and at high speed, so do not have your clutch setting too tight.
As fish see surface lures in silhouette, they often miss at the first attempt because of light refraction. Give them a chance to catch up with the lure and have another go. Anglers often mistakenly feel that the pike has deliberately “come short” at the lure when, in fact, it has genuinely missed its target and ends up just as frustrated as the angler.
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There are many factors that play into a successful day of bass fishing. Facts that we do know is that the weather is a big one. Is it sunny or cloudy, windy or calm? The stage of the moon and barometric pressure also seems to have an affect on whether these moody fish decide to feed or not. Spawning season also plays into the big picture. One can do an in depth study on each of these variables, however how many of us really have the time to analyze all the scientific and the meteor logic effects on bass. Let’s face it. When we finally get a day away from work to go bass fishing, that’s what we are going to do. Go fishing. You may have a few hours the day before to get ready for your trip and choose the lures that you think will work the best. Let’s talk about basic things that have worked for me.
Bass fishing with plastic worms always seems to work the best for me. As a standard 3-4″ worms are great. The pumpkin shades such as brown, orange brown, red brown, craw, and tan work well, a little glitter doesn’t hurt either. I have also found that black worms work very well in murky water. The bass seem to pick up on the contrast. Try spraying a little WD-40 on the plastic worm, the bass are attracted to the scent.
Cast your bait in areas that bass like to hang out, usually in the shadows. They like to feel protected. Around tree stumps, fallen logs, tall reeds, and shore ledges. Work the worm on the bottom, reeling in very very slowly. When you feel a tap,tap,tap point your rod down and take up the slack in the line. When you feel him tighten the line, SET THE HOOK.
In the event that worms are not working on that particular day, you should have an arsenal crankbait ready to try. Natural baitfish colors seem to work best. For clear water, try a pearl melon color or something with red patterns in it. Jerk baits also work well in clear water conditions. Try casting into the areas at different angles also. The bass may just want the right angle of attack.
These are just a few basic suggestions to try without getting too caught up in the science of it all. The main objective is to just relax, enjoy the day outdoors and have fun.
Top Tuna Fishing Lures
Tuna are powerful saltwater fish that are highly prized source of food. Some species of tuna can weigh over 1000 pounds and are widely distributed around the world. Sport fishermen consider tuna to be the ultimate big game sport fish to catch and very few anglers will get a chance to catch these monsters due to accessibility and over fishing commercially have reduced the stock dramatically. Some of the top producing tuna lures are the artificial squid and feather jigs.
One of the best methods of tuna fishing is trolling from a boat. Trolling requires heavy lures and can be done with natural bait or artificial lures. Daisy chains and spread bar rigs are two great producers for tuna fishing. The daisy chain rigs are used to attract game fish. The lures are rigged together into strings and trolled at different speed depending on the conditions. The chain simulates a school of baitfish and usually the last bait has a hook hidden inside it. Many anglers like to use ballyhoo, herring and artificial squid as bait for this type of rig. If you are new to the sport, you can buy ready-rigged daisy chains at the tackle shop.
The spreader bar rig is an enhancement of the daisy chain rig. Instead of using a single string of bait, the spreader bar utilizes multiple daisy chains attach to a steel rod and trolled behind a boat. This method imitates a larger school of baitfish. Many spreader bars can be used at the same time to further increase the formation of baitfish. Similar to the daisy chain, the last bait or lure of each spreader bar has a large tuna hook attached. The idea is to make it resemble a game fish chasing a school of fish.
Trolling with feather jigs is another productive method of tuna fishing. These types of tuna lures can be trolled individually or as a group. It consists of a leaded weight jig head attach to a feather skirt. A leader is threaded through lure and tied to a large hook. Feather jigs come in many colors scheme. Choose natural colors of baitfish for normal conditions. Fluorescent colors can produce great results and work best in low light conditions or murky water.
Tuna fishing with daisy chains and spread bars rigs is a lot of fun. Watching tuna darting up to surface and hitting the baits is an amazing experience.
The Top Ten Bass Fishing Lures
Bass is a very popular sporting fish that anglers like to try and catch, following is a list of the 10 best lures to use, as well as a bit on how and why each one can be used. This is purely opinion of course, but should provide you with a decent guide to help give you the edge out on the water!
The Chatter-bait is still a relatively new fishing lure but has made a big splash on the bass fishing scene. From tournaments to weekends on the water it has been making a name for itself by consistently producing bass. The Chatter-bait falls somewhere between a buzz-bait and a jig in presentation.
In recent years Swim-baits have become the best bet for catching trophy-size large-mouth bass. There is a large range of Swim-baits available to match your location. Their popularity in “Big Bass” waters like those found in California and Texas push them onto this list at No. 9.
3. Creature Baits
There is a huge variety of soft plastic lures on the market that look like anything and nothing in the water. Creature baits like the Yum Woolly Beavertail have given anglers a new set of plastics to trick pressured bass. Creature baits can also be used as trailers for other baits.
4. Classic Lip Crank Bait
Crank-baits really are time tested bass catching lures. Large or small, these cranks can catch all of them. Their precision and physical appearance is constantly being updated but even the classic older versions will deliver you plenty of fish. Tournament anglers will often be seen running cranks to locate fish on large flats or over deep water structure.
5. Bass Jig
Flip it, pitch it, swim it, either way the Jig is a great way to catch bass. It is a consistent ‘go-to’ bait for tournament anglers and rightly so. Natural colour football head jigs are great in deep structure or you can try swimming a shad coloured model off of ledges and over structure. The addition of a trailer is always a winner.
6. Lip-less Crank
The Lip-less crank is a more versatile version of the classic crank. It’s tight wiggle and multitude of depths and speeds it can be presented at have made it a favourite of professionals and amateurs alike. Kevin Van Dam uses this lure as his ‘go-to’ bait. Designed by KVD himself, this “sexy shad” is a must have bait!
The Senko has quickly become a favourite amongst anglers. It can be presented in a great variety of ways and bass really love each and every one of them. My favourite Senko technique is a Wacky Rig.
8. Spinner bait
Spinner baits like the TerminatorT2 spinner bait are the most reached for bait for locating bass. They can be fished fast or slow in deep water or shallow water. Spinner baits are especially effective as the water gets warmer. If you’re out this summer and fishing in a new spot, tie on a spinner bait and do some searching. I’m sure you’ll have a good time and some decent success.
9. The tube
The Tube bait is one the most versatile bass lures available. It catches large- and small-mouth bass alike and can be used in any waters at almost any temperature to catch fish. Its versatility and ability to mimic so many things give it the No. 2 ranking. Try a Berkeley Powerbait 3″ or 4″ in Pumpkinseed or Green Pumpkin in any water you fish. The best one I have come across is a Texas-Rig with a tungsten weight. The tungsten weight makes clicking noises as it bounces across objects, the sound of it helps bass look for it in unusual conditions. The tube gets its second place spot due to its incredible success at catching small mouth bass. It is my favourite ‘go-to’ bait for small mouth bass fishing.
Soft plastic worms come in many shapes and sizes, all of which have a place. They’re by far the most versatile fishing lure on the market, and are effective on their own or as trailers. Large versions over 10″ have pulled monster bass from Falcon lake while finesse worms on drop shot rigs have been used to fool even the most wary of bass. My personal ‘go-to’ bait is a Zoom Trick Worm Texas rigged weightless, or with a tungsten weight if needed. You can use it as a top-water, in weeds, over logs, or put a weight on and throw it into rock piles in six metres or more of water. Nothing is better than the classic worm!
Before you buy your very first fly fishing reel, it is important that you understand very well about the basics of these very simple fishing reels.
Getting your first fly reel may be a shock for you particularly if you have been doing bait fishing for many years. Fly fishing reels are quite easy to use. Below is some essential tips you might want to be familiar with before finally purchasing your first fly fishing reel for your fishing trip.
The Basics Of Fly Fishing Reels:
You may become aware of that a reel has holes on the side. The hole acts as drainage for the water from the line.
This is very important especially if you have plans of catching very large and strong freshwater or saltwater fish. Maybe you are scheduling to take a trip to catch some big game fish, recognize that you will have to struggle a little to reel in the fish, just like you do with bait fishing.
This is perfect as your first fly reel. This single action fishing reel means that in a single turn of the handle, it simultaneously revolves the spool, keeping it back in place.
These types of fly fishing reels are specifically designed for use in saltwater. These reels have larger diameters, larger lines, and higher backing capacity to withstand longer runs of strong fish. Since corrosion is a main problem in saltwater fishing, make sure you go for reels that use stainless steel, aerospace aluminum, brass, or even electroplated stainless steel.
If you are passionate about doing varied types of fishing, see to it that you look for reels with easy replaceable spools. This will permit you to use both the floating line and the sinking line all with the same reel.
Your line\’s weight ought to match with the designs of your fly fishing reels. Meaning, if your fly fishing reel is intended for a 4-weight line, be certain to have the 4 weight line and vice versa, the similar to when you have a 4 weight fly reel, then you should have a 4 weight-rod. Nonetheless, both the 3 and 5 weight work efficiently well with a 4 weight fly reel.
First Fly Fishing Reel:
Casting a Rod – When casting a fly fishing rod, it is a bit different than casting with any other rod. You need not touch the fishing reel while you are casting the rod. The reel itself will hold the line, thus making it not a part of the casting process any longer. Instead, you pull out the line manually from the reel and allow it to lie loose towards your feet, making sure to feed it out with your free hands when you need it.
The information above is some of the essential things you should be familiar with before you purchase your first fly fishing reel. If you still have any questions, don\’t hesitate to ask fishing tackle suppliers to advise you about fly fishing reels. They can assist you to decide which is the best reel possible for your fishing activities.
When a surfer is ready to go from longboard surfboards to a new surfboard, the retro fish provides a catchy quip that is sure to curb the desire for adventure. This board is recommended for both intermediate surfers and for those who want to transition from a long board to a short board. Surfing boards that can catch a wave as naturally as a fish are worthy of the retro fish name. Pivot on a dime with the dovetail design on the back end of the board, rather than the rail-to-rail turning action from a classically designed board. This uniquely designed board maneuvers quickly, catches a gnarly set and is easy to paddle.
Designed to be quicker than quick, the quad construction of the tail of the retro fish channels water off the rails to acquire unbeatable speeds and impressive cut-backs. Because it is as wide as a mini-longboard, this board boasts the same stability but is much shorter in length. Available in a variety of rockin’ colors and patterns, this board also comes in epoxy, fiberglass and NexGen construction materials. Choose from any of the available constructions for a ride with a custom feel.
Retro fish surfboards constructed from traditional fiberglass are for the surfer that loves the appeal of original design. Fiberglass surfboards offer the ultimate in responsiveness, but are not so forgiving to bumps and falls. These boards can chip easily, so don’t forget the travel repair kit. For surfing traditionalists, nothing less will do. If a lighter design and a finish that is tougher than nails are priorities, choose the retro fish board made from epoxy. A more modern material that is more environmentally friendly, enjoy the lightweight feel, increased floating capabilities and easier paddling potential of the epoxy board. These boards tend to decompose more quickly when exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. This board feels a little stiffer in the water, but delivers with the benefits listed above.
If fiberglass and epoxy designs are equally appealing, get the best of both worlds. A retro fish made with a blended construction material called NexGen marries the fiberglass and epoxy construction into a state-of-the-art union. Lightweight, responsive, and virtually indestructible, don’t sacrifice the benefits of either the fiberglass or epoxy construction. Remember to protect surfboards of all construction with a surf bag that reflects the damaging sun rays away from the board. Surf’s up, dude!