Secrets to picking a saltwater lure

There are some lures that even mimic sounds of a predatory fish prey. Before you spend a lot on lures, research the kind of fish you want to try catching, then you will have easier time in choosing a lure to use for bait.

When you buy lures, you will need to make sure they made of quality materials.
Saltwater is rough on everything that gets in it except the fish! You’ll want to make sure that the materials used are saltwater resistant. How many tackle boxes have you seen that were full of lures with rusty hooks and faded paint that were only bought last season? The durability of a good saltwater fishing means everything when you want to make your money work for in your salt watr fishing.

Always remember the old saying that you get what you pay for. Nothing could be truer than that when it comes to buying fishing lures to use in saltwater. Make sure that your choice of lures is epoxy coated solid wood and that the hooks and hardware are stainless steel.

Soak your lures in freshwater after a saltwater fishing trip to make sure you get all the traces of saltwater off before storing them in your tackle box to prevent rusting. One great idea for the saltwater fisherman is a kit of saltwater lures. These kits come equipped with many lures designed to catch a variety of saltwater fish.

What a great idea for that fisherman on your gift list or for the next saltwater trip you plan to take where you may try to catch a little or one of everything you can! These kits come in nice boxes and you will most likely get a better price buying many than a few.

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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