What is the best color jerkbait?

What is the best color jerkbait?

What is the best color jerkbait?

Color Selection As a general rule, clear water calls for natural or transparent jerkbait colors. When fishing more stained water, solid colors and those with a little flash tend to do better. Muddy water is one situation where jerkbaits are not the best choice since they often draw fish from long distances to strike.

What is the difference between jerkbait and crankbait?

Crankbaits are generally shorter and fatter, while jerkbaits are slender and longer. Jerkbaits mostly have three treble hooks, while crankbaits have two. The most common types of bills for both jerkbaits and crankbaits include square bills, diamond-shaped bills, and rounded bills.

What color jerkbait sunny day?

Bright Days and Clear Water Mueller believes a translucent color is best for sunny days with clear water. When faced with bright and sunny conditions, Mueller believes a translucent color is best. With the technique being highly visual, clear water is a prime time to throw a jerkbait like the ima Flit 120.

What is a diamond jig?

Diamond jigs are effective for both boat anglers and surfcasters. Rigged with a surgical-tube-dressed stinger hook, they are deadly imitations of sand eels. These jigs are a staple aboard party boats from Montauk to LBI as well, where patrons use them to catch bluefish, weakfish, fluke, stripers, cod and sea bass.

What makes Rapala Jerkbait different from other lures?

Rapala jerkbaits draw strikes like no other. These fishing lures are designed to create a unique darting movement during retrieval and have a suspending motion in-between the reeling action.

Who is the founder of Rapala Fishing lures?

Rapala fishing lures are made with meticulous precision, so they swim perfectly, right out of the box. Lauri Rapala, our founder, demanded it. Since 1936, the fishing lures we carefully craft have lived up to this promise.

Are there any other companies that make fishing lures?

Many have tried, but none have been able to imitate that classic Rapala action. This is partly because Rapala is still the only company in the world that mass produces fishing lures made of balsa wood. It’s a more difficult process, but crucial to achieving the swimming action that drives fish wild. No shortcuts. No gimmicks.

What kind of fish will a Rapala lure draw?

Since the beginning, when the founders of Normark® discovered the Rapala® Original Floating, they knew that no matter how you fish them—slow or fast, shallow or deep—Rapala® lures lures draw strikes like no others. Even the most negative fish can be tempted with a Rapala.