Baits for Strip Casting
Light artificial baits are the best to use, such lures as small trolling spoons, fly-spinners, bucktail spoons, etc.; light-weight floating baits and pork rinds on small white enameled spoons are also very successful. Fly-spoons made in tandem style and used in connection with bass flies of well-known patterns, scarlet ibis, Parmachene belle, Montreal, coachman, Henshall, silver doctor, and others, are very pleasant baits to use and, moreover, quite acceptable to the bass; with these should go a small dipsey sinker. Fly-spoons of this sort are made in a great variety of styles and in several degrees of desirability; those with piano wire shanks and without swivels are the best.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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