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What is a fishing lure? For a fresh start on what fishing lures is, hop on over to fishing lure on wikipedia. For a more general overview on all the types of fishing lures, read what are the different types of fishing lures.
What are the types of artificial fishing lures? For a more step by step look jigs, spoons, plastic baits, plugs, spinners and more, read up on artificial lures at Take MeFishing.com.
In terms of angling, the term “soft plastic” is used to describe any of a range of silicon-based fishing lures, termed so because of their soft, flexible rubber texture. Designed to imitate fish or other natural aquatic food sources, their realistic texture and versatility, combined with simple and economical production has led them to become a standard article of modern fishing tackle. Soft plastics are available in a large range of colours, sizes and particularly shapes.
What comes to mind when you think of the perfect fishing trip? Do you think of hit the water in your boat and catching the biggest bass ever? Or possibly the perfect fishing trip for you involves catching a small number of fish, but just being out in the water all day enjoying the sights, smells, and sounds of nature. The perfect fishing trip is many things to many people.
Do you know where you want to fish or need help finding a good fishing spot? Before you take off with your rod, reel and Bass Assassin Lures in hand, you should definitely take a look at some of the fishing reports on the web. What fishing report you read has a lot to do with what and where you want to fish.
It’s easy to forget that fishing is something you learn. Whether you had a natural desire to fish or someone taught you how to appreciate the fine sport of angling, few are born fishermen. In light of this, remember to take your kids fishing. Not only will you be giving them a love of nature and building up important skills like patience and observation, you’ll also be spending quality time with your family. So where to begin? Here are some resources to help you get started:
There is a good article on Taking Your Kids Fishing at A Parenting Tweens. They cover fishing basics, what fishing equipment you’ll need, what to do when you get a catch and some other useful tips. Whether or not your child is in the “tween” age group, they offer good advice for taking your kids fishing or anyone new to fishing in general.
For additional helpful tips, visit Teach Your Kids to Fish over at About.com. Ben Koller talks about enjoying the outdoors and just remembering to keep the experience fun and focus on the kids fishing. You might you’re idea of the perfect day out fishing, but this is a new world for your kids, so be patient with them as they learn to fish. He mentions to mash the hook’s barb flat with pliers to make it easier to unhook the fish and the parents!
Maybe you’re new to fishing too and just looking for something to do with your kids outdoors. Take a trip over to How to Fish at TakeMeFishing.org. There are all types of fishing and each has it’s own path to a successful outing. From fishing equipment, to how to land a fish, to finding a good place to fish in your area, it looks like a good place to start.
Oh … and don’t forget to take a dip in our Fishing Forum to read how others like to fish with Bass Assassin Lures!
Friends of David Viox – a 20 year old avid fisherman killed in a car wreck in June – raised funds to have this large lure decorated as seen Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007, in Montgomery, Ala. From left – Karen Catt, mother of David Viox, Matt McElroy and Brandon Young – both friends of Viox. The lures have been provided by the Alabama River Clean Water Partnership and decorated lures will begin to appear in the Montgomery and Prattville areas this Saturday. (Montgomery Advertiser, Lloyd Gallman)
Photo and story courtesy of Montgomery Adviser