Baits for Strip Casting
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Baits for Strip Casting

Baits for Strip Casting




      

Baits for Strip Casting


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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