5 Best Lures

Artificial lures have such an interesting history. In their early stages, artificial fishing lures were made of metal in the shape of a spoon but have since evolved into what we understand as lures today. Here are our top six best fishing lures suitable for any avid angler.

Lil’ Zipper Dipper

Charlie’s Worms Lil’ Zipper Dipper is the perfect freshwater or saltwater soft plastics lure for largemouth bass, walleye, lake trout, musky, pike, and more. These lures rig up easy for when you’re really itching to get your line in the water. Their baitfish shape means that they move more naturally in the water to draw attention. 

9” Trolling Lure

Trolling is one of the most popular forms of fishing, and while some believe that it is a way of luck, that’s not entirely true. Having the right lures and getting saltwater fishing tips from your peers can give you a leg up. These 9” lures have heavy-duty skirts, life-like eye movement, and strong construction that makes them ideal for any big game fish like Mahi Mahi and Tuna.

Jig Head

Small but mighty, Charlie’s jig heads are one of the most customizable lures, which makes them some of the most versatile tools in an angler’s arsenal. With a simple jig head, you can liven up your live bait and make them more appealing to your target fish. You can also team them up with saltwater soft plastics that move in the water. No matter what you fish with, you should keep jig heads with you.

Flash Jig

This slim design flash jig is ultra attractive to fish of all kinds but works best for:

  • Tarpon
  • Grouper
  • Cobia
  • Snook
  • Striped Bass
  • Snapper
  • Spanish Mackerel

This flashy fish lure has a holographic ribbon and holographic details with mylar skirting and a two-tone eye pattern. If you are looking for a great all-around jig that is meant for larger target fish, then this is something you need to have on hand. 

Jiggin’ Dipper

This Jiggin’ Dipper is fantastic. Really, it’s the best of both worlds. It has the allure of the bucktail jig combined with the natural movement of soft bait. It works in freshwater and saltwater, but keep in mind the weight of the lure and fish accordingly.

Check out our online shop for all these saltwater lures and more. If you aren’t sure what you want, or you want a variety to try, we offer fishing kits that are optimized for the type of fishing you plan on doing. Ask any questions you have and we’ll do our best to help you find what you’re looking for.

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