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Lures Fishing is a new fishing method with modern technology and human wisdom. It fully considers the environment, climate, fish habits and other factors in order to operate in the natural environment, so that the fake bait can be used as a lure object. The role of fish foraging, to a certain extent, is to achieve a real "false real."

 

In terms of the broadest classification, in addition to live bait, powder bait, as long as the fishing method with artificial materials (such as metal, plastic) at the hook end, it can be understood as Lu Ya fishing method, due to Lu Ya fishing method Most of the objects are predatory fish species, whether it is in the hook-hunting bait fishing, or the use of significant features to encroach on the target fish site, the fishing method that arouses the target fish attack habit and hooks, all belong to the lures fishing method. ring. Therefore, attracting the attention of the target fish is a very important part of the lures fishing method.

 

In general, lures's method of attracting fish in the water is accomplished by several methods such as color, light, swimming, and sound. In order to make these factors fully function in the water, it is necessary to make the lure move back and forth and explore. Therefore, repeated bait and bait have become the most obvious area in the activity. Separate features, in foreign countries, especially in Europe and the United States, lures fishing is like other outdoor activities, was given a dynamic, competitive image, and become a household name outdoor sports.

 

 

Fishing Lures classification:

 

 

When it comes to Lu Ya fishing, it is inevitable that people are curious about what is Lu Ya fishing. What kinds of Lu Ya are there? According to the classification, lures is divided into six systems, namely plug, Jig, WireBait, SoftBait, and rubber lead hook (RubberJig). ), and there are many different differences in these respective series. For example, it is also a plug-shaped road, which is also divided into Minnow, Top Water, and Crank. VIB ration can be said to be very delicate. Through the classification table of the drawing, I believe that readers can have a preliminary understanding of lures's form and classification.

 

 

 

Fishing professional terminology

 

 

BAIT - Natural attractant added to a hook to catch fish. Bait includes live and dead baitfish, crabs, crayfish, worms, eels, insects, mussels, clams, cut bait (fish), chicken livers, corn kernels, dough balls, squid, and shrimp.

 

BLADE BAIT - A weighted, fish-shaped blade made with a swinging hook and designed for fishing deep.

 

BUZZBAIT - These "safety pin" wire lures for surface fishing have a propeller blade on one wire and a weighted body, skirt and hook on the other.

 

CASTING SPOON - A spoon-shaped metal or hard plastic lure that wobbles to attract fish. They can be fitted with a fixed (solid) hook or swinging hook, that has a single, double or treble points.

 

CRANKBAIT - A fish-like hard lure or plug designed to swim under the surface, often made of plastic or wood. Some are combined with replaceable soft plastic tails.

 

CHUMMING - A fishing technique by which bait or scent is released into the water to attract fish to take a lure or baited hook. Chum consists of live, dead, ground-up or prepared baits and scents and is used in fresh and saltwater.

 

FLOAT - Also called a "bobber", these suspend hooked baits off of the bottom, and signal hits by "bobbing" when a fish takes the bait.

 

HOOK - A metal wire device shaped like a "J" with an opening or "eye" at one end to which the line is tied and a point at the other end to catch the fish. Circle hooks have an angled point. Double and treble hooks have two or three points, respectively.

 

JIG - Sometimes called "bucktails", these weighted-body (often lead) lures are molded on special hooks and rigged with a hair tail or soft plastic skirt or worm.

 

JIGGING - A method of dropping a lure into the water over a fishing site and moving it - "jigging it" - up and down to attract fish. Done from a pier or boat.

 

LINE - Specialized "string" used for fishing. Nylon monofilament line is the most popular. Other lines are made of different materials, including braided fibers and wire. FLY LINE is a specialized line made of a plastic coating on a core, and often made tapered (changing diameter) to make fly casting easier. (To preserve good fishing, take any discarded line with you when you leave. Discarded line can snag and harm wildlife, and kill fish, turtles, frogs, birds and small mammals.)

 

LEADER - A length of monofilament, wire or other stranded material tied between the end of the line and the lure or hook. Leaders provide extra strength or abrasion resistance from the rough mouth and teeth of fish (pike, barracuda, sharks), scales (sharks), gill covers (tarpon and snook), blows from tails (tuna).

 

LURE - Any artificial item designed to attract fish and fitted with hooks. These include flies, hard plastic or wood lures (or plugs), soft plastic imitations, large offshore skirted baits, metal spoons, lead-head lures (jigs), bladed lures, spinners, spinnerbaits.

 

REEL - A mechanical device for holding and spooling fishing line. Reels have a line spool, brake to slow running fish, handle to retrieve line and foot for clamping to a rod. Reel styles include CASTING (revolving spool), SPINNING (line coiling off stationary spool); SPINCAST, (like spinning but with a nose cone), and FLY (storing thick fly line/backing and to fight big fish).

 

ROD - A long lever, usually made of fiberglass, graphite or composite materials and used to catch fish. Different types are available, such as rods for spinning, fly fishing, spincast, bait casting, boat fishing, offshore trolling, surf fishing, jetty/pier fishing, etc. Most rods have a reel-holding clamp and guides through which the line runs.

 

SINKER - A weight of lead or other metals designed to sink a hooked bait or lure.

 

SNAP - A small device similar to a dog leash snap, tied to the line and used for attachment and quick release of hooks, rigs and lures.

 

SOFT PLASTIC LURES - Made of a soft plastic to resemble a worm, lizard, crayfish, shrimp or generic wiggling creature. Often sold in bulk to be rigged on a hook by the angler.

 

SPINNER - Spinner blades rotate around the straight wire shaft of these weighted-body treble-hook lures.

 

SPINNERBAIT - "Safety pin" style wire lures with one or more spinner blades on the end of one wire, and a weighted body, skirt and hook on the other. Used to fish around structure such as trees and stumps.

 

STILL FISHING - Fishing without moving the bait once it is cast.

 

STRIKE - Any "hit" by a fish taking a lure or bait.

 

STRUCTURE SPOON - Both casting and vertical jigging techniques are used for fishing these swinging hook heavy metal lures.

 

SWIVEL - A small device with two or more eyes (rings) a central swiveling part. They are used between a lure or leader and line to prevent line twist. Otherwise, line twist can occur when a revolving lure twists line to cause tangles.

 

TACKLE BOX - A box or bag with special compartments and features to hold terminal tackle, lures, hooks, and other fishing gear.

 

TERMINAL TACKLE - A general term for describing bobbers, sinkers, hooks, rigs, snaps, swivels and other gear used at the end of a line.

 

TROLLING - A method of slowly running a boat while trailing lures or bait. This fishing method is used to cover a lot of water and to find fish.

 

TROLLING SPOON - A large spoon that is trailed, or trolled, behind a boat to catch fish.

 

TOPWATER LURE - Lures made of hard plastic, wood, hollow rubber/plastic and designed to float on the surface to attract fish when twitched or moved.

 

TUBE BAIT - Made of soft plastic, these tubular lures are fished with special weighted hooks inserted into the hollow body.

 

WEEDLESS SPOON - Wobbling spoons made with a fixed hook and guard for fishing weeds

Lures Fishing is a new fishing method with modern technology and human wisdom. It fully considers the environment, climate, fish habits and other factors in order to operate in the natural environment, so that the fake bait can be used as a lure object. The role of fish foraging, to a certain extent, is to achieve a real "false real."

 

In terms of the broadest classification, in addition to live bait, powder bait, as long as the fishing method with artificial materials (such as metal, plastic) at the hook end, it can be understood as Lu Ya fishing method, due to Lu Ya fishing method Most of the objects are predatory fish species, whether it is in the hook-hunting bait fishing, or the use of significant features to encroach on the target fish site, the fishing method that arouses the target fish attack habit and hooks, all belong to the lures fishing method. ring. Therefore, attracting the attention of the target fish is a very important part of the lures fishing method.

 

In general, lures's method of attracting fish in the water is accomplished by several methods such as color, light, swimming, and sound. In order to make these factors fully function in the water, it is necessary to make the lure move back and forth and explore. Therefore, repeated bait and bait have become the most obvious area in the activity. Separate features, in foreign countries, especially in Europe and the United States, lures fishing is like other outdoor activities, was given a dynamic, competitive image, and become a household name outdoor sports.

 

 

Fishing Lures classification:

 

 

When it comes to Lu Ya fishing, it is inevitable that people are curious about what is Lu Ya fishing. What kinds of Lu Ya are there? According to the classification, lures is divided into six systems, namely plug, Jig, WireBait, SoftBait, and rubber lead hook (RubberJig). ), and there are many different differences in these respective series. For example, it is also a plug-shaped road, which is also divided into Minnow, Top Water, and Crank. VIB ration can be said to be very delicate. Through the classification table of the drawing, I believe that readers can have a preliminary understanding of lures's form and classification.

 

 

 

Fishing professional terminology

 

 

BAIT - Natural attractant added to a hook to catch fish. Bait includes live and dead baitfish, crabs, crayfish, worms, eels, insects, mussels, clams, cut bait (fish), chicken livers, corn kernels, dough balls, squid, and shrimp.

 

BLADE BAIT - A weighted, fish-shaped blade made with a swinging hook and designed for fishing deep.

 

BUZZBAIT - These "safety pin" wire lures for surface fishing have a propeller blade on one wire and a weighted body, skirt and hook on the other.

 

CASTING SPOON - A spoon-shaped metal or hard plastic lure that wobbles to attract fish. They can be fitted with a fixed (solid) hook or swinging hook, that has a single, double or treble points.

 

CRANKBAIT - A fish-like hard lure or plug designed to swim under the surface, often made of plastic or wood. Some are combined with replaceable soft plastic tails.

 

CHUMMING - A fishing technique by which bait or scent is released into the water to attract fish to take a lure or baited hook. Chum consists of live, dead, ground-up or prepared baits and scents and is used in fresh and saltwater.

 

FLOAT - Also called a "bobber", these suspend hooked baits off of the bottom, and signal hits by "bobbing" when a fish takes the bait.

 

HOOK - A metal wire device shaped like a "J" with an opening or "eye" at one end to which the line is tied and a point at the other end to catch the fish. Circle hooks have an angled point. Double and treble hooks have two or three points, respectively.

 

JIG - Sometimes called "bucktails", these weighted-body (often lead) lures are molded on special hooks and rigged with a hair tail or soft plastic skirt or worm.

 

JIGGING - A method of dropping a lure into the water over a fishing site and moving it - "jigging it" - up and down to attract fish. Done from a pier or boat.

 

LINE - Specialized "string" used for fishing. Nylon monofilament line is the most popular. Other lines are made of different materials, including braided fibers and wire. FLY LINE is a specialized line made of a plastic coating on a core, and often made tapered (changing diameter) to make fly casting easier. (To preserve good fishing, take any discarded line with you when you leave. Discarded line can snag and harm wildlife, and kill fish, turtles, frogs, birds and small mammals.)

 

LEADER - A length of monofilament, wire or other stranded material tied between the end of the line and the lure or hook. Leaders provide extra strength or abrasion resistance from the rough mouth and teeth of fish (pike, barracuda, sharks), scales (sharks), gill covers (tarpon and snook), blows from tails (tuna).

 

LURE - Any artificial item designed to attract fish and fitted with hooks. These include flies, hard plastic or wood lures (or plugs), soft plastic imitations, large offshore skirted baits, metal spoons, lead-head lures (jigs), bladed lures, spinners, spinnerbaits.

 

REEL - A mechanical device for holding and spooling fishing line. Reels have a line spool, brake to slow running fish, handle to retrieve line and foot for clamping to a rod. Reel styles include CASTING (revolving spool), SPINNING (line coiling off stationary spool); SPINCAST, (like spinning but with a nose cone), and FLY (storing thick fly line/backing and to fight big fish).

 

ROD - A long lever, usually made of fiberglass, graphite or composite materials and used to catch fish. Different types are available, such as rods for spinning, fly fishing, spincast, bait casting, boat fishing, offshore trolling, surf fishing, jetty/pier fishing, etc. Most rods have a reel-holding clamp and guides through which the line runs.

 

SINKER - A weight of lead or other metals designed to sink a hooked bait or lure.

 

SNAP - A small device similar to a dog leash snap, tied to the line and used for attachment and quick release of hooks, rigs and lures.

 

SOFT PLASTIC LURES - Made of a soft plastic to resemble a worm, lizard, crayfish, shrimp or generic wiggling creature. Often sold in bulk to be rigged on a hook by the angler.

 

SPINNER - Spinner blades rotate around the straight wire shaft of these weighted-body treble-hook lures.

 

SPINNERBAIT - "Safety pin" style wire lures with one or more spinner blades on the end of one wire, and a weighted body, skirt and hook on the other. Used to fish around structure such as trees and stumps.

 

STILL FISHING - Fishing without moving the bait once it is cast.

 

STRIKE - Any "hit" by a fish taking a lure or bait.

 

STRUCTURE SPOON - Both casting and vertical jigging techniques are used for fishing these swinging hook heavy metal lures.

 

SWIVEL - A small device with two or more eyes (rings) a central swiveling part. They are used between a lure or leader and line to prevent line twist. Otherwise, line twist can occur when a revolving lure twists line to cause tangles.

 

TACKLE BOX - A box or bag with special compartments and features to hold terminal tackle, lures, hooks, and other fishing gear.

 

TERMINAL TACKLE - A general term for describing bobbers, sinkers, hooks, rigs, snaps, swivels and other gear used at the end of a line.

 

TROLLING - A method of slowly running a boat while trailing lures or bait. This fishing method is used to cover a lot of water and to find fish.

 

TROLLING SPOON - A large spoon that is trailed, or trolled, behind a boat to catch fish.

 

TOPWATER LURE - Lures made of hard plastic, wood, hollow rubber/plastic and designed to float on the surface to attract fish when twitched or moved.

 

TUBE BAIT - Made of soft plastic, these tubular lures are fished with special weighted hooks inserted into the hollow body.

 

WEEDLESS SPOON - Wobbling spoons made with a fixed hook and guard for fishing weeds

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