What are the top redfish lures to use in saltwater?

What are the top redfish lures to use in saltwater?

When it comes to angling for Redfish, the best type of lure to use is one that resembles the ideal live bait that a Redfish would be attracted to. For example, since the Redfish is drawn to both minnows and shrimp, you will want to use artificial lures (if you choose to go the artifical route) that resemble minnows and shrimp. Fortunately, there are many types of artificial lures on the market today, so you can certainly try out several ones to see which one you are most comfortable with. But remember – if you do use an artificial lure, try to select one that closest resembles the live bait that is used to attract the Redfish. One of the most effective artificial lures (designed for snaring Redfish) on the market today is the Red Ripper, which features dual action movement. This means that when it moves through the water, it turns from left to right, meaning that it more closely imitates the fish. It also features an all-metal sound chamber, adding to the lifelike effect. There are also several variations of the Red Ripper lure, including multiple colors for you to choose from. There are also lures that are designed specifically to resemble shrimp. Many companies sell artificial shrimp lures in packages that feature lures of different size and color. Like I said previously, you will likely want to try out a couple of these options to see what works best for you, but remember, you want to pick something that resembles either minnows or shrimps to help maximize your chances of landing that Redfish.

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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