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Types of Bait

A Common Bait Fish (Fathead Minnow)
A Common Bait Fish (Fathead Minnow)

The fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) is a species of temperate freshwater fish belonging to the genus Pimephales of the cyprinid family. The natural geographic range extends throughout much of North America, from central Canada south along the Rockies to Texas, and east to Virginia and the Northeastern United States.

Buzzbait
Buzzbait

"A lot of features you see in a buzzbait came from Smith Lake anglers fishing at night," he insists. Swindle admits that you may not catch the numbers that you can with other lures at night, but the buzzbait will produce bigger bass.

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Crankbait
Crankbait

As a crankbait contacts, deflects and rolls as it bumps into cover the flash of the bait instinctively turns on a bass' reactive strike. As the bait rolls and bumps along it exposes the belly and side in different light and kicks up a silt trail a reaction is bound to occurs.

Jigs
Jigs

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Spinnerbait
Spinnerbait

Tandem blade spinnerbaits often work best in murky water or when fishing grass or thick cover. For more flash, use tandem blades (use two different colored blades). In visibility of 2 feet or more, use a 1/4 ounce bait with tandem willowleaf blades.

Spoons
Spoons

A spoon lure, in sport fishing, is an oblong, usually concave lure, usually made of metal or a shell, shaped like the bowl of a spoon. The spoon lure is mainly used to attract fish by reflecting light and moving randomly.

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The rat
The rat

Rat bait stations will also protect children and non-targeted animals from the poison in the rat baits. In a rat baiting program, it is essential to eliminate as many competing food sources that serve as the rats' natural food sources.

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Trolling Lures
Trolling Lures

Trolling Speed & Bait Position By Captain Anthony DiGiulian (saltwaterprofessionalconsulting.com) Trolling with baits or lures is one of the most popular methods of catching big game fish.

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