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The Amazingly Real Kicktail Fishing Lures For Youfrom: www.fishingsecretsrevealed.com
Kicktail fishing lures are reported to be the most exact replication of the actual action of a swimming baitfish or minnow. The lures got the name kicktail because of the actual movement of the tail that kicks from side to side when it is being retrieved through the water. This amazing action is as close to the swimming motion of an actual fish as can be expected with a man-made artificial lure. With their accurate representation and presentation the Kicktail fishing lures eliminate the need to haul and keep live minnows for bait, as well as allow you to fish with actual looking bait in waterways were live bait is prohibited.
Kicktail fishing lures are manufactured and designed in Connecticut and have already been used to win fish in many tournaments across the United States. Unlike more traditional jointed lures the Kicktail fishing lures are divided into five separate sections across the tail, giving the realistic side to side movement and keeping the lure straight and free from the wobbling that more traditionally designed jointed lures naturally have. This gradual bending and movement of the lure is so natural that even anglers will have difficulty telling what is shad and what are Kickbait fishing lures moving through the water.
Currently Kickbait fishing lures are sold in two different sizes, the XL-5 which is five inches in length and the longer XL-7 measuring 7 inches total length. The colors that both Kickbait fishing lures are sold in include chocolate shad which is an overall brown color, yellow root beer, a lighter brown with distinct yellow areas, fire tiger, a dark green on the top gradually changing to a bright red on the belly, and the natural shad, which is a gray and muted silver color combination.
All colors of Kicktail fishing lures come with either lips or lipless, depending on the style of fishing they are intended for. Lips cause the Kickbait fishing lures to dive when being moved through the water, whereas the lipless versions will travel evenly through the water. The divers are great for areas around weed beds and vegetation in the water to pull the big fish out of the vegetation. Once they see the Kickbait they will tend to stick further out in open water, making fishing much faster and easier.
Kicktail fishing lures are still relatively new but are becoming a must have item for bass fishermen. The company also offers an amazing offer that if the XL-7 doesn’t triple your catch rate; they will provide a full refund for your purchase. Not all companies will stand behind their product like that.
Christine P. Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of salmon fishing. Her website Fishing Secrets Revealed provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about bass fishing lures. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.
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