Fishing Lures

The weather outside is great, and you can’t wait to set out on your next fishing trip. Fishing Superstore will have you covered for each and every fishing adventure!

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Where else but Fishing Superstore Australia where we offer top quality fishing lures for the best prices on the market! With our range of lures coming in at a whopping 50-75% cheaper than your average big name retailer, it allows you to stock up on quality gear without breaking the bank. On top of amazing prices we pride ourselves on fast and reliable delivery and offer free shipping on orders over $39 and free express shipping on orders over $99. If we don’t have what you need, head down to your local Bait & Tackle shop, they should hopefully have what you want and you’ll be supporting the community!

Even though the best fishing lure depends on the season and the weather, there are fishing lures that come in handy all year round. The list includes crankbaits, jigs, plastic worms, spinnerbaits and swimbaits. However, whether you use these fishing lures in deep or shallow water, whether you drag it or reel it or use some other technique and how you combine these with the rest of the fishing equipment might change depending on the season and the type of fish that you are after.

How you choose the right fishing lure depends on several factors.

First of all, you need to consider what fish you want to catch, as different fishing lures tend to primarily attract different fish: plastic worms are good for largemouth bass, crankbaits and spinnerbaits are great for catching walleye, pike and bass, while smaller jigs can be used for panfish.

Secondly, it is good to consider the colour of the fishing lures, and this depends on the weather, time of the day, colour of the bottom and the preferences of the particular fish type that you are after. The rule of thumb is “bright day - lighter colours, dark day - darker colours”. Brighter coloured fishing lures are better for muddy bottoms, while natural colours work great in clear water. Take all these aspects into account when choosing the perfect fishing lure for your situation and enjoy your trip.

What size lure to use depends on the type of water you are fishing in, as it usually indicates what kind of fish there are in a particular lake, pond, river or sea. This also depends on the season and consequent weather. For example, usually in ponds and lakes there tend to be bigger fish types that prefer larger, heavier fishing lures. In contrast, creeks tend to have smaller fish, for which smaller lures work better. However, seasonal weather changes might significantly impact the size of lure you would want to use. The creek might turn into a full-on river with a strong stream during winter seasons, so a smaller lure wouldn’t really work in that situation, and it’s better if you switch to larger fishing lures.

So when choosing what size lure to use, it is a good idea to take into account these two factors.