• blrrockwell1

A new season, means some new lures…

Updated: Mar 31

Like all bass lure anglers, the winter and the early spring is when I turn my attention to the coming season with a view to replacing split rings, hooks and purchasing some new shiny lures and odd smelling pieces of soft plastic! And alongside replenishing, and in some cases replacing my personal armoury. A lure I always have tied on is a jig so I’ll be at my local tackle shop and see a jig a get it. Another is the Heddon Super Spook JR they aren’t going to set any casting records, but what I really like is their subtle, waking action across the surface calm conditions are probably best and that very noticeable and noisy ‘knocking’ it emits – one that I imagine bass will find hard to ignore.

#gethooked #louslures


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