The Only Two Types Of Lures You Need To Catch Inshore Fish
Do you think you know the only types of lures you need to catch inshore fish?
There are just TWO that you need with you at all times.
Learn what they are in the video right here!!
Lures You Need To Catch Inshore Fish [VIDEO]
Tackle Mentioned In The Video:
- Slam Shady 2.0 Paddletail
- F.R.E.D. Paddletail
- Gold Digger Paddletail
- Slam Shady BOMBER
- Gold Digger BOMBER
- Power Prawn U.S.A.
- Power Prawn U.S.A. Junior
- Hoss Helix Hooks
- Hoss Football Jigheads
The types of lures you bring with you on inshore fishing trips need to have these THREE things in common:
- Easy to use
- Work all year round
The paddletail lure is the easiest and most versatile lure that you can use when inshore fishing.
There are too many different retrieves and variations for this lure to count.
One of the most effective retrieves with a paddletail is a slow and steady crank of your reel.
Personally, the straight retrieve technique catches me the most fish out of any technique.
Paddletail lures are without a doubt a year-round lure, as well.
The only change you may have to make is the size of the paddletail and/or lure colors.
You really only need a 3.5-inch and a 5-inch paddletail in 3-4 different colors to be prepared to fish inshore.
No matter what the fish are feeding on, paddletails match the hatch and the time of year, as well as current bait in the water, will dictate which size and color you should use.
When it comes to lure colors, I prefer to have a light, a dark, and an in-between color.
I personally match that up to the Slam Shady, the Gold Digger black and gold combo, and F.R.E.D. light-pink color.
Paddletails match up to finfish and bait during any time of the year.
Artificial Shrimp Imitations
I will always have shrimp imitation lures out on the water with me on every trip.
The Power Prawn U.S.A. and Power Prawn U.S.A. Junior are the way to go.
During different times of the year, shrimp are of different sizes.
That can be attributed to different areas on the map as well as shrimp experiencing different stages of their life cycle.
It is crucial to either match the hatch to induce strikes or go a little bit bigger to make your lure stand out amongst the rest.
The retrieve for these lures is also very simple.
You can either slowly drag the lures along the bottom or gently hop them along as you retrieve it back to you.
Another excellent technique for targeting trout is throwing these lures up current and letting them drift into the trout’s faces.
Offshore, nearshore, or inshore, everything in the water eats a shrimp.
You never know what the fish are feeding on and if they will only eat shrimp that day, you need to be prepared and have a Power Prawn U.S.A. out there with you!
I fish using these two lures about 90% of the time I’m out on the water.
Although I do sprinkle in other types of lures, I usually find myself circling back to these two types of lures because they always catch fish.
Head over to the tackle shop and pick these lures up if you haven’t already!!
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