How to tie on a fishing lure

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What is a popper bait?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The popper is an effective and proven lure designed to move water using a concave or hollowed nose. Poppers aim to simulate any sort of distressed creature that might be moving or struggling on the surface of the water (baitfish, frogs, and insects are the most typical imitations) …

What is the easiest fishing knot to tie?

Best Fishing Knots

  • Fisherman’s Knot. The Fisherman’s Knot (Clinch knot) is one of the easiest yet strongest knots there is. …
  • Palomar Knot. The Palomar Knot is the strongest fishing knot in many situations. …
  • Uni Knot. The Uni Knot is the most common knot that we use on Finao Sportfishing. …
  • Hay Wire Twist. …
  • The Snell.

Can you tie braid to a lure?

How to Tie the Berkley Braid Knot. The Berkley braid knot is a good choice for tying braided lines to hooks, lures and leaders. It was developed in the Berkley lab to retain good knot strength and stops braided lines from slipping out of the knot.

Do I need a sinker with a lure?

Keep your weight well away from the lure if using a sinker.

Just as a large snap swivel will interfere with the Rapala Original Floater’s action, putting your sinker too close to the lure will similarly inhibit it. … To fish topwater or in shallow water, you don’t need a sinker at all.

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