Fishing QuestionsCategory: Fishing Lure FAQWhat lures to use for shore fishing?
James T. Whitham asked 1 month ago
What is best shore fishing lures?

6 Answers
Bernard answered 1 month ago
There are a number of lures that can be effective for shore fishing, depending on the type of fish you’re targeting. For example, small brightly-colored spinner lures are often effective at catching panfish like perch and sunfish.

If you’re targeting large game fish like bass or pike, then larger lures such as plastic worms or jerk baits may be more effective.

General, it’s important to match the size and type of lure to the type of fish you’re hoping to catch. When in doubt, ask at your local tackle shop – the experts there will be able to give you specific advice based on the fish species in your area and what’s been biting lately.

Wilson answered 1 month ago
There are many different types of lures that can be used for shore fishing, and the best type of lure to use will depend on the specific fish you’re trying to catch. Some common lures that can be used for shore fishing include minnows, crankbaits, spoons, and jigs.

When choosing a lure, it’s important to consider the size, color, and action of the lure. You’ll also want to choose a lure that is appropriately sized for the fish you’re targeting. For example, if you’re trying to catch large fish like bass or pike, you’ll need a larger lure than if you were trying to catch smaller fish like perch or panfish.

Martin Staff answered 1 month ago
There are a number of lures that can be effective for shore fishing, depending on the type of fish you’re targeting. For example, if you’re looking to catch bass, a common choice is a plastic worm.

Another popular option is spinner bait, which can be effective for freshwater species like trout. Ultimately, it’s important to experiment with different lures to see what works best in your particular situation.There are a number of lures that can be effective for shore fishing, depending on the type of fish you’re targeting. For example, if you’re looking to catch bass, a common choice is a plastic worm.

Another popular option is spinner bait, which can be effective for freshwater species like trout. Ultimately, it’s important to experiment with different lures to see what works best in your particular situation.

David answered 1 month ago
Shore fishing can be a very enjoyable experience, but it’s important to use the right lures to improve your chances of success. Some of the most popular lures for shore fishing include live bait (such as minnows or worms), topwater plugs, spinners, and plastic soft baits.

Of these, topwater plugs are perhaps the most exciting to fish for because they create an artificial “blowup” on the surface that often catches the attention of nearby fish. If you’re looking to catch larger fish, then try using larger plugs or lures that resemble natural prey. And don’t forget to use a good quality fishing rod and reel to help you land those big ones!

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 1 month ago
When fishing from the shore, you want to use lures that will mimic baitfish as closely as possible. This means using lures that are small, slim and have a lot of movement in the water.

Plugs, spinnerbaits, and crankbaits are all good choices for shore fishing. You can also try using soft plastics or live bait if you’re looking for something more traditional. Just make sure to use gear that is appropriate for the size of fish you’re targeting.

Carlos answered 1 month ago
When fishing for panfish, such as bluegill, crappie, and perch, the best lures to use are small jigs, spinners, and beetle spins. Tube jigs in either 1/32 or 1/16 ounce are good choices for clear water while leading head jigs in ¼ to 3/8 ounce work well in stained or murky water.

In general, you’ll want to use a smaller lure when fishing in shallow water and a larger lure when fishing in deep water. For example, a 2-inch beetle spin is a good choice for shallow water while a 3-inch spinner bait is better suited for deep water. As always, experiment until you find the lures that work best in your fishing situation.