Spinnerbait is one of the lures that is a favorite of haruan and toman hunters.
Although it looks ugly and useless, it is very effective for species of the snakehead family. In fact it is very easy to use.
Therefore, this article will share some techniques of using spinnerbait lures productively and effectively.
Anatomy of a Spinnerbait Lure
Before we go deeper let’s first understand the anatomy of this lure
anatomy of a beard lure
Note: “Kepala Bana” is just for fun.. please Database don’t take it seriously. lol
The lure, which is also known as ‘beard’ by anglers in our country, consists of 3 basic components, namely the iron frame, the fan blade and the skirt.
Each of these components will affect the performance and action of the beard lure.
The more you understand about this lure, the better you can make use of it.
Here is a description of each component:
The frame is the base or backbone of this lure.
It is an important part because it connects the other components, namely the skirt and the fan. It controls the stability of the spinnerbait action in the water.
iron frame spinnerbait lure
The frame of the spinnerbait consists of a head and a tail.
A typical head is made of tin and determines the overall weight of the spinnerbait. Usually it is colored according to the color of the skirt to be paired.
There are different types of head shapes.
There are round, flat, banana and so on.
These forms are important in determining the direction of deflection and the degree of buckling
Fan blade (Blade)
The propeller blade is the most important part of the Mailing Data Pro effectiveness of this lure.
Usually spinnerbait will be equipped with one or two propeller blades.
fan shape spinnerbait lure
Note the difference between the Colorado and Willow shape fans. Indiana is a cross between the two.
Willow: Produces more sparkle than vibration. Less water resistance, and cuts weeds better than other shapes.
Colorado: Produces more vibration than sparkle, making it more suitable for murky water. Due to its wide shape, it has a high water resistance and is suitable for slow sailing.