Bass Fishing Lures
When going out for your fishing weekends, one needs to make sure everything is simply perfect. Different types of fish require different approaches and equipment.
At Fishing Superstore, we are all about providing that perfect experience to our customers. Our products combine high quality, one of the best prices on the market and unmatched expertise when it comes to selecting equipment that fits the purposes and requirements of different types of fishing and fishing-related activities.
Our collection of bass lures is no exception - we made sure it is high quality, versatile and is to have you covered for any kind of situation.
Our Selection Of Bass Fishing Lures
Once you have found the right spot for catching bass, the success of your fishing day depends on the equipment, and right selection of lures are a big part of it.
Even though Bass prefer lurking in some kind of underwater / surface structure like trees and weed beds, we've got the perfect gear to lure them out.
Here are a few reasons why our selection of bass fishing lures is one of the best on the market and can be the solid stables among your personal favourites:
- Variety of Bass Lures - We have an extensive selection of lures that are designed for Bass fishing, we have crankbaits to soft plastics to surface lures and everything in between. For fishing bass, we suggest small shallow diving lures that twitch, vibrate and produce sound, poppers to attract through sound also spinnerbaits and soft plastics with beetle spins - those are great for fishing around underwater structures and shallow waters. An additional bonus to these types of bass lures is the fact that they come in handy when fishing in muddy or cloudy waters.
- Bass Lures Colour Variety - The success of your fishing trip also depends on choosing the right colour of your bass lures. The rule of thumb is that you need to choose bright coloured bass lures for brighter days and dark coloured lures for dark days. Another thing to consider is the colour of the bottom of the dam, lake or river where you fish. We offer an extensive selection of bass lures of different colours that will help you to match with the colour of the water source bottom.
- Bass Lure Quality - At Fishing Superstore, we are not only fishing equipment suppliers - we are also fishing enthusiasts ourselves. That is why we apply our lifelong experience and expertise in the area to make sure we provide our customers with high-quality products.
Shop With Fishing Superstore
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In case you have had a change of mind or ordered something by mistake, you have an option to return the item in an unopened and unused state within 30 days from your purchase and get a refund.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are several types of bass lures that are great for Australian bass. The list includes, but is not limited to, crank baits, surface lures, soft plastic bites, spinnerbaits and vibe lures.
Choosing a bass lure is an important step towards a successful fishing trip. You need to understand what kind of fishing spot it is that you have. The depth of the water, the colour of the water bottom, the muddiness of the bottom, the weather on the day you go fishing - it all needs to contribute to your decision.
We suggest always having a variety of options when going on a fishing trip so that you are well equipped for any kind of situation.
When it comes to fishing, it is important to see everything from the point of view of your prey, and appealing to their vision is one of the key moments of that.
Bass see the colour variations from medium-red to green. While they, for example, can’t really tell apart black, blue and purple colours, the shade and brightness difference in colours within medium-red to green variation matters.
If the water is cloudy and the bottom is muddy, it is better to choose brighter shades from the aforementioned desired colour range. If the water is clear, it is better to choose more subtle and clear shades of these colours.