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The Best Bass Fishing Lures In North America

It is very difficult to choose one, single best lure for bass fishing in North America. Spinner bait is usually the one single choice that most anglers would cite for the best bass fishing lure, if they could only choose a single lure.

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Maximizing Your Fishing Results With Spoon Lures

Sometimes, when you go through your local outdoors shop, you may end up glossing over spoon lures as a viable option. I know they are cheap, and very simple in their design, but I have caught some nice fish on these types of lures.

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Tips on Fly Fishing Tackle

Fly Fishing Tackle When we refer to fly fishing tackle, we are really talking about the tools and supplies you need to become an effective fly fisherman. Tackle is basically the equipment you use to catch fish. The basic tackle includes a rod, reel, line, and hooks and lures. You will want to pay special attention to the type of tackle that you carry with you when you are on a fly fishing trip.

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Trout Fishing Spinners – A Cool Tool for Fly Fishing

Trout fishing spinners are probably the most popular types of lures used to catch trout. Spinners are designed to look like airplane propellers and their whirling motion as they are cast into the water attracts the trout by mimicking small fish that are normally what the trout considers to be a tasty snack.

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Eel And Eel-Skin Lures

Eel and eelskin lures are used mostly in saltwater to catch such fish as striped bass, bluefish, snook, and marlin. The most difficult part about making eel and eelskin lures will often be obtaining the eels themselves. The eel usually used is the so- called "common eel" found from Labrador to Brazil along the Atlantic Coast.

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