In the world of casting, the choice of lure color is a topic that is always controversial. It depends on many things and factors. Often, water clarity, weather and lure color play a big role in the success of a casting session. In clear water, most fish rely on visual sight.
So choosing a lure that resembles a prey fish is the best step. On the other hand, when the water is cloudy and muddy, the fish will rely on the lateral line to detect the prey. 1 lateral line of fish Their sensory focus will be focused on shadows and vibrations.
It seems like a simple concept to most anglers but we should know
That there are thousands of types of lures Database out there. We will easily “drown” in choosing the best lure for different water clarity. So how to choose the right lure based on water conditions?
Therefore in this article I will list the factors to consider in choosing the best lure in murky water and clear water. 1. Diving Lure best lure megabass flap slap Turbid water conditions When the water is murky, our priority is to give the fish something easy to target.
Choose a diving lure that: Act in wide wobble2, Has a loud rattle sound Dark or light colors. Diving lures with square or coffin-shaped tongues have a wider action than lures with round tongues. Slow down the lure.
The water is clear In clear conditions what is more important is to imitate
The prey fish species that the fish hunt there. This B2C Fax concept is called matching the hatch Lucky Craft Pointer 78 D Try to use lures that have natural colors such as mullet, mullet and shrimp.
A silent, skinny lure with a rounded tongue is effective in clear water. Use a lure that performs a tight wiggle3. Give it a little speed. Example: Rapala Shad Rap Not sure about the difference between wide wobble and tight wiggle?
I have written about the difference in the action of diving lure swimming in a previous article. 2. Water Surface Lure best lure surface magabass pop max Turbid water conditions In murky water conditions, it is better to choose surface lures that are ‘noisy’ in their performance.