Can You Use Spinner Baits For Trout Fishing?

Developing up in the slopes of Northern Idaho, My spouse and i have fond memories of catching trout on two lures especially. The first was the humble earthworm on a hook, and the other was with a spinner (or spinnerbait for some). best fidget spinner

Now Bass sounds fishermen have a different kind of spinnerbait, with the spinner offset from the hook, but what My spouse and i is talking about is the regular setup with everything in-line.

You may be asking yourself what edge would a spinner-bait give you when trout fishing. That is certainly a major subject and is too big a subject matter to be covered in one article, but We will offer up one key element, and that is that it gets effect strikes that straight lure won’t get.

Specially in estuaries and rivers and streams, Trout are stuck under logs and behind rocks. It is advisable to get their attention and get them to come away and attack. Simply going a worm by them isn’t always enough to get them to affect. Baits such as red worms and PowerBait type products are more effective when the fish have time to really smell a lure. 

Quite often in fast moving water trout will only see your offering for a second. The shine, color and thump of the blades on a spinner are what provoke trout to harm. Bait can be added to the hooks, but it is more of an enticement to not let go immediately when they do bite. That extra fraction of a second bait affords you before the fish endeavors to spit it away can make all the difference.

To really learn how to fish for trout with spinnerbaits you need to narrow your skills to the sort of drinking water you are fishing, and whether you are trolling, or casting or even just ‘plunking’. Any one of those methods, coupled with the right spinner can lead to some excellent trout fishing!

Would you like to find out more on bass fishing with spinners? Drop on by our website where we speak about such things. We have videos, links to great angling forums and more.

You may also like