Welcome to our Hard baits section.
Have you ever experienced doubt and uncertainty about what lure to choose? Do you ever wonder if you should use a crankbait, stickbait, rattletrap, etc.? The Hard baits that you need to be successful at catching fish depends on the type of fishing that you plan to do… recreational, local tournament or professional tournament fishing. In this section, we will cover many of the issues you need to know when choosing the proper Hard baits.
Hard baits work well for bass fishing and other freshwater fishing species. Choose from a wide selection of crankbaits, surface baits and minnow imitators. Fill your fishing tackle box with these baits and lures that are irresistible to hungry game fish.
Use hard baits with coloring similar to the bait fish found in the area you’re angling in. Bright greens and oranges seem to attract bass whether using hard or soft bait. Float baits, like floating minnows, get the most hits if they have white bottoms.
The flexibility of crank baits has made hard baits popular. In the winter, drop them on the top of weed beds; deflect them off rocks or wood to make noise that attracts attention. Crank baits work in deep water and shallow water for fishing during cold or hot months.
Popper baits make noise to attract attention. The method of popping the bait sharply at intervals as an angler reels in the line also sets off the rattlers built inside and most strikes occur during these movements.