Artificial Baits Without Secrets

We’re still here the description of types of artificial lures: Half-water lures: These baits are small fish-shaped plugs, which differ by having a small dewlap on the bottom of the head, whose function is to perform a swimming motion when pulled by the equipment. May be floating, sinking when powered, or can have neutral buoyancy (suspending) sinking slowly and remaining in certain depth when pulled. Other baits of this species, such as the so-called “sink sinking” or “count down”, and your use is done counting at one-second intervals until they reach the desired depth, when then are powered (every second allows sink about of 30 cm). Half-water baits are used in sub-surface fishing situations up to 1.5 meter depths.
We can include as half water lures calls “rattling” lures that instead of having the dewlap, have beveled, and whose forehead Python is located on the back. These decoys are very versatile, and can be worked at different depths depending on the velocity of recoil. Its action mimics a goldfish swimming frantically.
Half water baits are the easiest to use, most in your answer to the continuous gathering of the line, running swimming movements that attract the predatory fish.                                                                     Decoys:
Plugs are similar to half-water lures, but have longer barbels that make these decoys work the greater depths, which can reach up to 4 or 5 meters. May be fished to pitch with constant recoil, and are also used in trolling fishing.
Spoons, Spinners and Jigs
We put these baits in a single category because, although they are different, they have one feature in common: they are metal lures or your biggest part made of metal, and all sink.
The spoons have this name because almost all have a concave shape, and when powered perform a swaying motion that is a strong attraction for the predatory fish. Are used in a continuous gathering. Some spoons have a anti-enrosco device, which facilitates your use in the middle of pauleiras and aquatic vegetation.
The spinners are decoys formed by a small metal body traversed by a hard steel wire, having at one end to garatéia or hook, and on the top a sheet metal that rotates when the bait is pulled, causing reflexes and turbulence in the water. Some spinners have bristles or wires attached to garatéia, increasing the attractiveness of the bait. Are used in a continuous motion.
The jigs have a head or body of metal attached to the hook, which has bent Rod next to the eye, so that when the bait is collected, the tendency of the hook is to stay with the tip facing up, avoiding the close. They also have a “skirt” of feathers or synthetic yarns, whose movement is the attraction that causes attacks of fish.
Companions, talk about other artificial lures, like the famous flies used in fly fishing “, which require a special technique and exclusive. Missed also talk about “soft baits”, the “swiming baits”, the “jumping” jigs and worms and plastic creatures, but these will be grounds for other writings.