What Is Lure Baiting?
Short for pseudo bait, i.e. simulated bait. Since real fish is not used as bait, some people also call it "fake bait".
Baits are mainly used to catch ferocious carnivorous fish in Marine fish and freshwater fish. Therefore, some baits are based on various creatures normally hunted by ferocious fish, such as various Marine fish, cuttlefish, etc., as well as mice, earthworms, and various kinds of reptiles which are popularly eaten by various carnivorous fish on land. Therefore, baits are also called bionic baits.
The plastic lures have several very prominent features.
- Realistic modeling
For example, the artificial bait hooks imitated by various creatures are not only realistic in appearance. The colors can also reach the point of being unrealistic, and some also have the unique smell of certain creatures, making the fish most vulnerable to deception. Most of the artificial bait has a favorable hook, generally equipped with 1 to 3 triangular anchors. Some are hidden in the artificial bait, called dark hooks; some are directly attached to the artificial bait regardless of whether the fish is afraid or not. Outside: like a fish-shaped artificial bait, there are two sharp hooks on the lower part and the tail of the baitfish, so that the fierce fish must be hooked.
Movement is the most typical manifestation of artificial bait. Ferocious fish are mostly hunting for live food, and the bait is a dead object. How to change from dead to living and let it move in the water? There are roughly the following methods. The angler uses the rocker to retract the line, driving the artificial bait to "live" in the water. Trolling at sea is also by starting a boat and pulling the line to make the baitfish tumbling in the water. The artificial bait is made into various shapes. Under the impact of the water flow, it exhibits various movement modes, some of which can be waved and some can be rotated in various states.
- Variety of baits
The bait is totally a variety of "food" designed for the love of various fierce fish. There are sharp steel hooks inside or outside these delicacies.
Special mention should be made here of the "jig bait" in the artificial bait, which is made by binding the feathers or plastics or nylon of domestic fowl as raw materials. Most of these hair hooks use long handle hooks. Tie these shaggy things to the handle of the hook, make them look like insects, and paint them with various bright colors. That is really wonderful. How can fish not be fooled?
The above information is provided by bait shops.