Attractant, Bait & Jigs

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Component Systems Vinyl Jig Lure Paint - Chartreuse
"Thisfinish will notchip or flake when applied over clean lead, and itdries hard in 10-15 minutes. A white undercoat is recommended to obtain true color. Finish with a clear coat over the color for added gloss and protection. 4 oz. bottle. Colors: Hot Pin

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VMC Hammer Head Jig - Black
"A versatile jig with dual line attachments and a short-shank, black-nickel-finished Power Gap hook made of premium high-carbon steel. Use the second line attachment point to rig a trailer hook on this live-bait jig. Precisely balanced with 3-D holographi

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Z-Man TT LuresNedlockZ HD Jighead - mushroom
"Beef up your Ned Rig approach with the Z-Man TT Lures NedlockZ HD Jighead. Now you can use classic finesse tactics with heavier tackle. Great for big fish and heavy cover, the NedlockZ HD head features the classic flatback mushroom design and is molded o

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Crappie Pro Head Dockt'R Shooter Jigheads - Chartreuse
"Theres an art to the technique of shooting or skipping tiny jigheads under docks, boathouses, and low-hanging trees. Its even tougher to sling that jig in there without your soft plastic trailer jarring loose before it reaches its destination. A Crappie

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Bass Pro Shops Jig Spinner - gold
"Increase thump, flash, vibration and the overall appeal of your favorite jigs by fitting them with the Bass Pro Shops Jig Spinner with a Colorado blade. Well-balanced wire frame with closed coil line tie allows you to use snap-locks while the swivel work

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Bass Pro Shops Round Head Spinner Jigheads - Chartreuse
"The Bass Pro Shops Round Head Spinner Jighead is a traditional round jighead with the added attraction of an Indiana blade, delivering a deadly one-two punch for making lethargic fish bite. Great flash, great thump. Per 10. Size: 1/16 oz. Colors: (005)Pi

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Stanley Jigs Top Toad Double-Take Hook - Black
"A pair of extra-long shanks and hooks on the Stanley Jigs Top Toad Double-Take Hook spell double trouble for big bass with an appetite for frogs. The Double-Take Hook ensures more and more secure hooksets for anglers in search of Mr. Mossback. Designed f

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Crappie Pro Mo' Glo Jigheads - Chartreuse
"The Crappie Pro Mo Glo Jigheads are glow-in-the-dark crappie heads with souped-up phosphorous levels added to the durable vinyl finishes. This ensures the high-gloss colors glow brighter and longer than traditional glow paints, giving anglers the best of

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Z-Man Finesse ShroomZ JigheadZ - Black
"The Z-Man ShroomZ JigheadZ are designed for use with Z-Man ElaZtech finesse baits, like the Hula StickZ or the Finesse TRD, to target a variety of freshwater species. Z-Man ShroomZ JigheadZ are ideal for Midwest-style finesse applications, better known a

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Bass Pro Shops Round Head Pro Jigheads - Unpainted
"When you need an edge, reach for one of these precision molded jigs. The Bass Pro Shops Round Head Pro Jigheads feature a VMC 60 turned-eye 3/0 hook thats both super sharp and strong. The angled attachment point provides superior control. Per 10. Sizes:

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Successful salmon fishing takes more than patience and technique, it takes the right attractants, baits and jigs as well. Attractants will help lure fish near your line as the water borne scents flow through the fishes nostrils, the right bait will make the salmon bite, and jigs will imitate a bait fish and fuel the salmons fish brain into attack mode. All good fishermen voyaging for salmon should be stocked with the most effective attractants, baits and jigs.

Salmon attractants

One of the most used attractants among fishermen is herring oil, probably because salmon will eat herring and are therefore attracted to their scent. WD-40 has been used for decades as an attractant to catch salmon as it will mask smells, specifically those of human and tobacco products which salmon tend to stay away from. Many attractants on the market include garlic as one of their ingredients, although this is not part of a salmons normal diet they seem to be interested in the scent.

Salmon baits

The most popular bait used to catch salmon are strips of fish, typically those of smelt or herring as the smell attracts them. Spoons are also prevalent bait used for salmon fishing. Spoons are basically lures that look like fish that mimic the movement of the swimming motion of that fish when it is being dragged behind a moving boat. Sand shrimp and salmon eggs are other commonly used baits.

Salmon jigs

If you put a herring, anchovies, shrimp, smelt, or krill jig in front of a hungry salmon, chances are it will snap at it! For jigs to work, you must learn the technique known as jigging to make the jig appear as if it is in motion like a swimming fish. Moving the rod up and down, swaying gently side to side, and reeling in the jig slowly are all jigging techniques. If you really the jig close to the surface and then drop it low again it may appear as an injured fish, giving salmon more reason to snap at it.

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