If you are enthusiastic about Bass Fishing Lures, it's necessary to explore some of the reasons why bass bite.

So the one question you have to ask, ‘what food do Bass normally hunt’?

In the majority of cases Big Bass prey on live crayfish, minnows, shad, lizards, small rodents, frogs, and almost any other aquatic quarry that they can fit into their mouth. The most popular of these aquatic quarries (depending on the lake or river system) are probably crayfish, minnows, frogs, and shad.

Therefore it is then easy to assume that the more realistic your bass fishing lures look and feel, the better. In other words the more your lure looks like the quarry the bass normally eats; you stand a much better chance of landing a bite by that monster Big Bass.

This is why top water lures that mimic frogs and minnows are so effective in flat water conditions. Any seasoned bass angler knows how effective top water bass fishing lures are to use in the right situations. The main reason for this is because top water lures that mimic frogs or bait fish appear so much like the real thing to the bass when the bass is looking up through the water at the lures silhouette.

So what about other bass lures, where the bass observe the lure deep in the rather than above the bass such as in the case of top water fishing lures? In most cases it is even more important that these types of bass fishing lures appear as a natural food source. You want your bass fishing lure to look and even feel as ‘realistic’ as possible, especially when your bass fishing lure is ‘in the water’ with the bass, rather than above the bass.

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