Freshwater fisherman are always looking for an added edge, the one small advantage that will increase their chances of landing the catch of a lifetime.

Though gaining this edge just got a whole lot more expensive with the increasing trend in freshwater fishing lures of pricier swimbait type baits.

During the last twelve months swim bait lures have been gaining popularity as far as fresh water lures go. Unfortunately the costs of such lures have yet to come down as some of the new swimbaits on the market fetch $50 a pop.

One such swim bait is the Tru Life Swimbait by Tru Tungsten and although this lure would have to be one of the latest and greatest of swim bait lures currently available, just the same losing a just a few of these babies could make for a very expensive fishing trip.

Although as the old adage goes ‘you get what you pay for’ that goes double for True Life Swim Baits.

If one thing is strikingly obvious about these baits, it’s their size. One could entertain the idea that these lures were made in the Land of the Giants they are that large. Although True Life Swimbaits come in a variety of sizes, shapes, colors and species, the largest models of these lures have drawn the most appeal.

Simply because the larger model lures are obviously designed to catch the truly monstrous fish often sought after in pro tournaments.

Some of the standout features of this line of swim bait lures are there extremely life like appearance, their natural swimming motion through the water on retrieve and their unique adjustable weight system enabling a custom fall rate.

The makers of the Tru Life Swimbait, Tru Tungsten have collaborated with Ish Monroe and Matt Newman to produce the ideal competition grade swimbait lure having the characteristics of three different swimbait lures in a single product with the unique customizable weighting system.

Although this seems to be a great lure to help you land those freshwater monsters, the price of these lures may put just a few people off.

In any case these lures as with any other lure won’t guarantee you will catch more fish, just bigger ones!

Blue Fox Marketing

4 Response to 'Swimbaits The Latest Bass Fishing Craze'

  1. Jon Said,'> August 18, 2009 at 6:19 PM

    Swimbaits are something that I really wanted to try out this year but still haven't had a chance to do so. I fish in the Pittsburgh area and really don't have the best places to fish them but this Tru Life Swimbait seems to be one of the better ones on the market. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for the article.


  2.'> October 2, 2009 at 1:52 PM

    Hey Nice Site and Welcome to ours as well. I have a link back to your site here on Northeast Bass Fishing For Trophy Bass and we look forward to many more great posts and tackle reviews. Again, great site and glad to have you aboard. Tight lines, Steve


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