When bass are spawning, I such as to throw drifting worms in intense colors such as yellow, methiolate or white over a bass’ bed to lure the fish right into attacking.
Throughout the post-spawn, chrome or white topwater baits produce finest for me on warm days since these shades show sunlight best when I utilize a walk-the-dog or popping recover.
Targeting Spawning Bass With Reflective Baits
The Catch Co Bubonic Crankbait shows light while resembling the action of a leaving baitfish or crawfish. This helps angler provide their lure as much water possible while causing BIG bites.
A range of crankbaits are additionally offered in reflective shades. Among my faves for fall angling is a chrome-and-red Bubonic Crankbait that mimics the brilliant colors of shad that bass hone in on during autumn. When the sun gets bright, remember to make use of its light by drawing strikes with a glossy bait.
When the sun is beaming, throwing a bait that mirrors the light boosts your chances of catching fish.
Various forage such as shad, crawfish, minnows, and worms all show ultraviolet light from the sun and also bass see this reflection to key in on their target. Shiny lures shine brightest in clear water but study has actually revealed UV light penetrates dirty water similar to what it does in clouds.
When Shiny Baits Shine
Lure manufacturers have been adding bright UV-reflective paint such as chrome, silver, and gold for several years as well as some have actually even added colors that glow after a specific quantity of exposure time to the sun. A lure sprinkled with plenty of metal flake throughout its paint work likewise reflects sunshine well. Lure manufacturer Brett Ware has additionally infused a percentage of UV-shiny shades into the plastic he utilizes for grubs, worms, animals, and craws.