Fishing Lures That Look Alive
Are there fishing lures out there that truly look alive? Getting your hands on fishing lures that look alive is a goal of many anglers. Sure there are thousands and thousands of fishing lures in the marketplace, but how many of them truly look alive? Sure quality fishing lures such as Rapala’s look very real, but are there options available that are as good or better than Rapala’s?
Fishing lures are like quality food. When you try to skimp and spend less money, it almost always ends in disappointment. If you want something that tastes great, or in the case of this article looks alive, you’re going to have to buy quality. If you skimp on fishing lures, they never perform very well, and simply aren’t very effective. Not to mention the fact that when you look at these types of lures underwater, in “action if you will, they don’t look very alive.
Fishing lures that look alive, I mean really look alive can be hard to come by. But when you find one, the results can be very good. It only makes sense that the more that your fishing lure look like a real, live bait fish, the more fish that lure will help you catch. So, are there fishing lure options, other than Rapala’s, that actually look alive? As a matter of fact there are.
When it comes to fishing lures that look alive, it’s difficult to find one that looks more realistic than the KickTail Minnow. This fishing lure looks as much like a real shad as any fishing lure that I’ve ever come in contact with. It truly is quite incredible. Imagine the possibilities of having a fishing lure that looks just like a real shad? The results can be amazing
The bottom line is that fishing lures that look alive are hard to come by, but are also amazingly effective, once you get your hands on a few. Using sub par fishing lures can make fishing like walking on a huge hamster wheel…there’s a lot of movement, but you never get anywhere. And know one likes that. Make sure that you have a variety of these types of fishing lures in you repertoire…the kind that look alive.
Source by Trevor Kugler