A large part of the fishing community still does not use artificial baits fishing instruments. Some fishing with natural baits, traditionally on bottom fishing or round. Others practice the trolling, using spoons for this purpose. Many are interested in assimilating the techniques to practice this form of fishing, but they have missed opportunities, and even someone who’s mastered the technique and equipment, to help them in this home.
Fishing with artificial lures, also called pitch, fishing is a form of fishing that gives the practitioner never experienced emotions, as sensational attacks of fish and beautiful battles. Also gives the satisfaction of mastering an outfit about to convince predators that piece of plastic (or wood, or metal) is food, and get them to attack the bait. The list of fish that are caught with artificial lures: Peacock bass, Golden, Matrinxãs, Traíras, Arowanas, Dogs, Pointed, Piraputangas, Trairões, Piracanjubas, Corvinas, and several others, and even the fish, in certain situations.
We want here describe the types of lures used in freshwater fishing, as a means of giving beginners notions of how they work and how the fish are attracted by them.
These lures are called so because your “work” to attract the fish occurs at the surface or just below the surface of the water (sub-surface). These baits float, and are used with recoil at medium speed, with rod tip moves and, in some cases, with gathering in varied speed, as the fishing situation. Let’s see some types:
– Popper: These baits usually have a concave mouth that produces noise and the formation of bubbles on the surface, as if small fish or animals like frogs were feeding on the surface or struggling on the run. Are worked with little touches of rod tip as collected. – Zara: surface lures in the form of cigar short, running a swim in zig-zag, very attractive to predators. Are used in continuous collection, with little touches of rod tip.
– Propeller: surface lures that have as a feature or two propellers, trapped at the back or at the two ends of the bait. These propellers will cause noise and turbulence on the surface, that attract predators. Should be collected with continuous movement, by varying the velocidde, or with little touches of rod tip.
– Stick: These surface lures are particularity a small weight on your end, that causes the bait to float upright and with your head out of water, as a small fish with difficulty breathing.
Worked with little touches of vara, sink and then return to the surface. Next weekend, check out the second and last part of this article. Visit the Fishing Guides .