A fishing lure is a kind of artificial fishing bait that is modeled to entice the attention of the hunting-type fish. The lure used prey-like actions, vibrations, and movements along with flashy colors to urge the preying instinct of the fish, tempting it to strike the bait. They are simple to use and tend to catch a slightly greater quantity of fish on average.
Although, different fish species are less responsive for such lures, than the bait, such lure angling usually requires improved quality tackle. Besides, this type of fishing needs an increased level of skill than bait fishing. These fishing lures are small and imitation objects mostly shaped just like a fish’s prey, which is mounted to a hook and tied to the end of the angling line. Amongst the distinct angling lures used in the market, as the spinners, jigs, fly lures, spoons, plugs, and crankbaits.