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What is a Fluke?

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I’ve just started bass fishing, and I’d like to know exactly what a ‘Fluke’ bait is. I’ve been told it’s an essential addition to my bait box. But what is a Fluke exactly?

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    Fisherman Paul on Dec 13, 2012 Reply

    A ‘Fluke’ bait is a bait or lure that looks and acts like a baitfish. In the water, it looks like a little minnow or a small fish that the bass would be interested in eating. It sinks slowly and twitches its tail. With a little practice, you can make it dart from side to side, replicating a dying or injured fish.

    It’s a great product for the novice, not only because it is easy to use, but also because it is relatively snag proof, so you won’t get it stuck on every weed.

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  2. Josh on Dec 14, 2012 Reply

    It’s a lure that looks something like this:
    http://www.softbaits.com/images/zoom-super-fluke.JPG

    Great for bass fishing.

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  3. Frederick Higgins on Dec 14, 2012 Reply

    You’ve already got some good answers here, but I thought I’d just chip in and say that fluke bait is good for fall trout fishing, too. It’s good for lake fishing for trout, and you can also drift fish with it in a trout stream. In fact, fluke bait is extremely useful for autumn trout fishing in the experience of many anglers.

    Don’t get me wrong, it’s excellent for bass fishing, too, but it’s not ONLY for bass fishing.

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