Swimbait Jig Heads

The first thing that several folks ask me about my kayak is how stable it is. This is justifiably so considering that stability is one of the most vital features that a kayak need to have. If it is not stable you will most definitely not enjoy fishing on it as you will always be worried of it toppling. Seek a bigger kayak given that this makes it more stable.

Kayak fishing is quite appealing therefore you will probably spend several hours on it. Given that you will be seated a lot of this time, you will need a kayak with a comfortable seat. There are basically two options to decide on from when it concern the sitting. These are either rest on top or sit inside. Equally as the names suggests, the seats are located either on top of the kayak or inside. No matter which it is decide on one with a soft and well-padded seat.

Decide on a propulsion system that you will be most comfortable with so that your fishing will be delightful. You can decide on between pedal, paddle or even a motorized kayak if you don't like rowing. A paddle is the most popular, and least expensive and it will give you a true kayak experience.

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I rely on to rely on a little lure called a Kelly's Striper. It is a lure that a friend and I both relied on and have caught hundreds of bass on over the years. Some of these bass allowed, 7, 8, and 9 pounds. Jim, my friend caught the 9 pounder on one, this is in Ohio incidentally. They were a good little lure and all of a sudden I quit using it. I talked to other anglers about it and one said he lost a big bass on one and it bent the hook so I quit relying on the Kelly's Striper. Besides, it was already rigged with hooks in it and no pro would rely on anything like that lure.

Well, wait a minute, Jim and I have caught thousands of bass on this lure. We have caught 7, 8, and 9 pound fish and never bent the hook. Maybe, just maybe, something else bent the hook besides a big bass on this other anglers lure. So, why did I quit relying on the Kelly's Stripe? I don't know! I just don't know! I really don't care that the pro's aren't using them, they caught bass for me. I don't care if they are already rigged with hooks, they caught bass for me. Here's the bottom line ... they caught bass for me!

Here is my point with all of this, if the lure caught bass for you, why aren't you using it? Just considering that it is old doesn't suggest that lure that relied on to be your favorite still doesn't catch bass. It caught bass for you all those years you used it. And really? Really? Are the new lures any sort of better or are they just newer? Do they really catch more bass? I doubt it! If they do it is probably considering that you are fishing them more than your old lure. That old lure was great in it's time, wasn't it? Well, guess what? It is still a great lure and still catches bass.