Free Shipping 14g 11cm 7 Colors Night Lures Minnow Eagle Claw Hook Moonlight Hard Baits fishing tackle
There are below 6 colors Eagle-claw Hook luminated Minnow Selectable(Otherwise Send In Random)
1.Belly Luminous Light Yellow
2.Belly Luminous Pink
3.Belly Luminous Red Head White Body
This Minnow is made of ABS Plastic,strong and Solid,antiknock and hit,Build-in Rattles is tested with precise devices to ensure each minnow swimming stroke.
1.Rattles buildin,will move to tail when casting to increase casting height and distance.Good casting stroke to keep it fluent casting.
2.Adopting latest gilding coating,full reflective out light which is more attractive to fish and accustom to different water condition
3.Several Rattles Build-in with noisy to attract fish.
#All Series Belly Luminous with USA Eagle-Claw Hooks
#Live Swimming Stroke,High-Effective Killer Universal Eating Bass Snakehead culter etc lure subject
#This series 7 colors available packing with case,OEM Acceptable
How to Bait Minnows
Minnows are popular live baits for catching a variety of game fish species like walleye and bass. Different types of minnows such as golden shiner, bluntnose minnow, creek chub, emerald shiner and fathead minnow are used to entice fish. They are natural food to game fish, making them effective lures. To bait minnows, hook them in different ways depending on the types of fish you are pursuing, water conditions and personal preference.
1.Use minnows as live bait by hooking through both lips, starting with the bottom lip. This is an ideal way to bait minnows especially for troll fishing and cast and retrieve fishing method. Keep the hook pointed up to allow movement. This causes the appearance of the minnows swimming naturally, thereby attracting more game fish.
2.Hook the minnow through its back to make a float-and-sinker bait. Avoid the spine when pushing the hook through to keep the bait lively and moving freely. For even more movement, hook through the tail.
3.Thread the minnow onto the fishing hook to let the bait hold on longer. This is ideal for catching elusive game fish that may take a while to bite. Use your thumb and forefinger to squeeze the bait just behind its gills until it opens its mouth. Slide the hook inside the mouth through the top of the minnow and behind its head.