Flutter Lipless Crankbait Hard Plastic Minnow Lures Saltwater Sea Bass Swimbait Tackle Gear
|/ Yellow Back with Silver Body||$ 1.12|
|/ Gold body with red back||$ 1.12|
|/ black back with chartreuse body||$ 1.12|
|/ red head silver body||$ 1.12|
- Quantity: 2/set
- Material: plastic
- The high bionic swimming posture and the noise generated by the collision between the built-in ring beads and the bait are more likely to attract predators
- The simulated tiny fish scales and 3D colorful coating make the bait more realistic, can quickly attract fish and greatly increase the success rate.
- After the bait falls into the water, it sinks slowly, imitating the dying swimming stroke of fish. The swimming stroke is natural and flexible, and the fishing rate is high.
Lipless crankbait is best yellow belly/yellowbelly, bass, wahoo, pike, spring bass and trout lure baits.
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What gear ratio is best for lipless crankbaits?
Some prefer a slower gear ratio (in the 5.4:1 to 6.1:1 range) to keep the bait in the strike zone longer, while others prefer a higher gear ratio (7.3:1) for long casts that allows for a fast retrieve as soon as the bait hits the water.
When to fish lipless crankbaits?
Lipless cranks, with their deep body profile, effectively mimic shad, bluegill, and crawfish, depending on what color you are tossing.
What bait is best for yellowbelly?
The best rig is usually a simple light running sinker setup with 3 foot leader on a hook ranging from size 1/0 or 2/0 if you are targeting fish of around 2kg. The best baits are yabbies, scrubworms, earthworms and raw prawns, usually in that order.
Can a bass eat a baby alligator?
The freshwater bass is an underestimated predator — documented feasting on frogs, snakes, and even baby alligators. ... Smaller fish, insects, worms, crayfish, snails, frogs, snakes, small birds, mammals, and even baby alligators are all on the menu.
What size lures for wahoo?
Up to a 48-ounce weight are used with short lines under around 200 feet back and 16-ounce weights are used on far lures set out 400 feet or more. Even the large weights won't set the lures really deep but will get them under the water enough for wahoo to see while traveling at high speeds.