As any avid fishing enthusiast knows, lures are an essential part of your tackle box. However, some people believe that to lure the best catch possible, you need to use live bait. While live bait is a proven catcher, it’s not always the most ideal method. First, there’s no guarantee that you’ll find live bait at your fishing destination. Second, nothing is more annoying than running out of live bait in the middle of a fishing trip. The good news is that both of these issues can be avoided with the use of artificial bait and tackle. Follow are just a few of their advantages.
More Time to Fish
Live bait doesn't just appear out of nowhere—if you want to use it for your fishing trips, you’ll need to capture it first. However, the time you spend catching worms, minnows, crustaceans, or insects is time you could be spending on casting a line and actually catching some fish. Would you rather be catching bait or catching fish? If it is the latter, just stash a handful of different lures in your tackle box, and you’re good to go. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2vKjduP