Dating rapala fishing lures
Formed with a tucked-under tail by the bill and bulging claws facing the aft treble, the Wee Craw (and its Teeny version) give the appearance of a fleeing crustacean.
Buy It Now When the fish need a finesse presentation, Berkley's buoyant worm does the trick. scent attractant, the Trout Worm suspends off the bottom when fitted with a light wire hook.
Rapala lures are divided into series to make it easier to identify their key features and to choose the right lure for the occasion.This, along with a two-color painted eye on the jig head prompts aggressive strikes and entices the fish to eat the whole bait, then hold on longer for greater hook sets.Buy It Now A good choice for larger trout, the Rogue offers lots of flash and erratic action, along with the ability to sit motionless—a common strike-triggering tactic.These are the three stages when a baitfish is at its most vulnerable – and most interesting target for a predator.The Dying Minnow Action is simple: on a twitch the lure makes a final dart off to the side, turns back to look at its adversary and with a dying quiver settles to a head down dive to death.