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- 3D simulated fish eye, the refracted light is more penetrating and provocative to the target fish.
- Laser coating will show different colors at different angles in the sun, attracting the attention of fish in the water, causing fish to attack, greatly improving the fish catching rate.
The bait are relatively easy to use, they will catch gamefish with a simple straight retrieve, and when yellow perch, deep walleye, rock bass, sailfish, snook, largemouth, pollock, crappie, pickerel, wahoo, blue catfish, skipjack, bowfin, seabream (sea bream), kingfish, perch, trout, mackerel, rainbow, gar, pike perch, humpback(pink) salmon, yellow belly/yellowbelly, northern pike fish and bream strikes a minnow usually it will hook itself.
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What are minnows good for?
Minnows are a popular baitfish for species such as bass, bluegill, crappie, brown trout, walleye, northern pike, and muskellunge. Minnows are most effective as baitfish when hooked correctly; the correct way to hook a minnow depends on how you plan to fish it.
What do you use to bait a minnow trap?
Various household items serve as good bait for minnows. Peanut butter, bread, crackers, live insects, and cat and dog food are all examples of cheap bait that spread from the trap.
What do yellow perch feed on?
Yellow perch feed on insect larvae, crustaceans and small fish.
How deep is too deep walleye?
Flat basins at 40+ feet can be productive for walleyes. The only problem with catching them that deep is that you usually can not release them because their eyes will be bulged out and their air bladders might be popping out of their mouths.
How do you target a rock bass?
One of the best ways to catch them is with a small, finesse tube with a lightweight internal jighead. A 2 ½ inch model, in green pumpkin or watermelon will get you into fish quickly. Rock bass also respond well to live bait presentations, with nightcrawlers, wax worms (bee moths), or even small minnows.
How do you fight sailfish?
Like other billfish, sailfish use their bill to stun their prey before swimming off and eating it. The challenge for anglers is to simulate a stunned baitfish until the sail swallows the bait, then come tight on the line to drive the circle hook home. It's harder than it looks.