As every fisherman knows, as there are various types of standard lures in the market, it’ll be impossible to deduce the best out of all of them suited for capturing particular specie. One can only choose based on certain conditions which could range from season and weather condition to depth to clarity and to nature of fish. We have researched to compile a list of few types of lure that can be added to your trout-fishing tackle box.
Trout fishing is indeed one of the most common angling overtime; there are lots of trout lures in the market today. With all the varieties of lures in the market, one can easily conclude on which the best lure to use on trout by mere is studying the various types, colors, shapes, and shiny appearance.
Best Trout Lures
The best bet is to go with what has already been proofed effective and suitable. To start with, here is a list of five of the best fishing lures that trout cannot easily pass by. The lures have constantly proven their trout catching performance as pond, stream, lake, and river trout lures.
#1. Original Rooster Tail
Flash black and flash white are both great color Rooster Tails for trout. These have silver blades. The dark is suitable for low light and murky water. The white is good for sunny skies and clear water. Size 1/32 oz to 1/16 oz is best for trout.
When I think of trout fishing, I think Rooster Tails. These small spinners work well when casting downstream and retrieving the lure upstream. Casting lures such as Rooster Tails work best when the streams are not crowded. If ten or so casts are made through a fishing hole, it is time to give the spot an hour break while trying other fishing holes. That said these work well when traveling up and down streams and these lures produce fish!
- Comes in a different color to suit the varying light intensity
- Works perfectly well when the stream is not crowded.
- Bad option fro crowded stream
- Cannot be used straight-on for a long time
#2. Mepps Aglia
Mepps B1S Aglia lures the top producing trout spinners presently. The blades rotate even at prolonged retrieval rates, and their compact design allows for far-reaching casts for the shore-bound fisherman. When trolling, I discover that they tend to ride up in the water column and need to be weighted to be fished efficiently (contrary to the flatfish, spinners are very ineffective surface lures- the blade won’t spin).
Alright, colors and sizes. My favorite color is the ready-made model with the stark gold spoon. Option two would be the same with an empty silver spoon, and as for size, I would rather prefer the 1/8 oz. Under most cases, this is the best size and weight. In larger or faster water, 1/4 might be a better option. In gin clear water, I might just go for a 1/16.
- Comes with a variety of sizes
- Finished with tricky colors
- Blades rotate slowly for effect five fishing
#3. Wooly Bugger (Bead Head)
The Wooly Bugger “Bead Head” version is made with high-quality hooks to make hooking and landing a fish easier. The gold bead adds to its weight and some extra flash.
Fishing one on spinning gear requires a little more stress than with a fly rod, but it can be done, and if done correctly will prove very useful. The most usual method is to attach a clear casting bobber above the fly. This serves a dual purpose, it is your weight and strikes indicator.
It’s innovative pattern enable you to catch the fussiest and high-pressured fish. We offer a wide selection of new and innovative pattern flies. These flies are bound to improve your fishing adventure.
Besides, The bead head helps sink the fly and attract big trout! This pattern can be fished in the Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter.
- Are available at different options of tricky. Colors
- Effective when used correctly
- Can be used in any location
- Not simple to use
#4. Rapala Original Floater
Rapala Original Floaters can be used in diverse ways than I can begin to count. They are rather light but cast smoothly enough on a light trout arrangement. When regaining this lure, I reel at a steady speed, and sometimes twitch the rod tip towards the lure, bringing about slack in the line. This will cause the Rapala to suspend and hang temporarily in the water. Often, this pause is precisely what a trailing predator trout are looking for to trigger a bite. Additionally, these lures prove very active at the end of any trolling setup.
- Can work in diverse ways
- Cast easily on a light trout setup
#5. Panther Martin
Panter Martin Spinner has proved useful in its usage by anglers. I guess I could always paint my green spots on.
The compact design allows for excellent casting radius and allows the lure to work deep in streams. To be more precise, the Panther Martin spinner (they are known for they’re a spinner but make a variety of other lures now). I love this lure! I have a pretty spinning setup that I have devoted just to this lure; it never comes off (except to change it to another size maybe). I would say 80% of the time when targeting trout somewhere new and I will try this lure first. In my book, this is the best all-around trout lure ever made.
- Can be trolled without any additional weight.
- Can catch all kinds of fish
- Low budget friendly
- Compact design allows the lure to work deep in streams.