Quick Trick To Catch More Snook Using Paddletails
Have you ever seen snook swimming in the water and crushing bait but won’t touch your paddletail lure?
It might have something to do with your presentation of the lure.
Check out how to make a slight alteration to your presentation that will get the fish to bite!!
How To Catch More Snook Using Paddletails [VIDEO]
While fishing, you may come across snook that are chasing bait pods and busting up through the surface inhaling bait.
If throwing a paddletail (like the Slam Shady 2.0) doesn’t get them to bite, you can switch things up a bit.
You can cut the tail off of your paddletail to change the action and presentation to match the bait the snook are feeding on.
This will create an entirely different profile and different action on the lure.
Presentation and profile of the lure are extremely important when baitfish are balled up and predators are feeding on them.
You need to create a darting action to get their attention!
This is because the snook are dialed in on smaller baits and a specific action to what they are feeding on.
You are going to have to replicate that with the lure you are throwing.
Removing the tail from your paddletail will give the lure a smaller profile that mimics the bait pods snook are feeding on.
And it also presents a different action than a standard paddletail.
The paddletail with the tail on will kick and mostly swim in a straight motion.
Without the tail, the lure moves in a darting and erratic motion while decreasing the size of the lure a bit.
Try this out next time you are fishing for snook feeding on large schools of bait!
Have you done this before and did it work for you?
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