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Plastic Lure for Fishing and Its Varieties

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Plastic (or silicone) lure is firmly entrenched in the arsenals of spinners, having proven itself to be a reliable and effective tool for catching all kinds of predatory fish. Recently, in addition to spinning enthusiasts, anglers who practice float and bottom fishing methods of peaceful fish have become interested in plastic.

Varieties of manufacturing materials

A significant influence on the performance characteristics has a variety of the material of its manufacture. Despite the seemingly common group of such baits, the plastic mixtures from which they are cast have different properties and chemical compositions that determine the type of finished product. To date, there are classic plastic imitations made of ordinary plastic, nozzles made of edible, attractant-saturated material made of porous plastics with positive buoyancy, as well as small products that repeat the forms of maggots or bloodworms from denser plastic masses.

fishing lures on the wooden surface
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Classic soft lures

Due to its high plasticity, the resulting solution easily fills matrices for smelting creatures with elegant tentacles, thin whiskers and legs, and even more so forms for volumetric and Soft Plastic Award winning fishing lure, contributing to the production of effective and plausible nozzles.

Lures made of edible plastic

Edible rubber is considered the most popular product among spinners hunting for predatory fish. The composition of such baits includes amino acids and all kinds of attractive attractants with odours that attract fish. For example, a pike perch, attacking Watermelon Seed Crawl Soft Fishing Lure, feels the real smell of the victim and does not immediately spit out the simulator, as would happen in the case of ordinary plastic. This factor gives additional time to the angler to make a cut and increases the chance of a successful outcome of the bite.

yellow fishing lure
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Floating plastic

Floating plastic lures can be made of ordinary plastic or edible rubber, for example, The Gladiator Fishing Lure. A feature of the nozzles with positive buoyancy is the high porosity of the material, as a result of which the air lingering in them creates an effect that promotes retention on the water. This kind of nozzles are suitable for fishing the upper horizons of water and water areas with a high degree of overgrowth of aquatic plants. They are used for fishing both standing reservoirs and water areas with moderate currents.