Test your trout lure knowledge with this fun quiz. Are you an expert? How well do you know the difference between a spoon and a spinner? Guess the lures in the photo above (we’ve given you some hints) then check the answers. Good luck!
- Use different sizes of this lure, depending on the body of water. It can be worked speedy or slow, or trolled.
- Braided or fused superlines work well with this lure.
- This lure is characterized by its slow wobble. A slight increase in speed gives it a frantic action.
- This lure shares its name with an eating utensil. Popular makes include the Hopkins, Swedish Pimple, Gibbs Minnow, Zzinger, and Crippled Herring.
- This unscented bait is best in fast current, where trout strike based on its appearance. Use scented versions in slow water.
- These lures are versatile for all trout. They’re especially deadly over rock reefs and off points where trout ambush minnows.
- These can represent any minnow, nymph, or crayfish that fish are feeding on.
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To learn more about the different types of lures, read Gord Ellis’ 10 Great trout lures.