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Beetles of various types are always a desirable prey for fish. Moreover, not only traditional eaters of large beetles, such as chub and ide, take an interest in them. Asp and redfin also attack a beetle at any opportunity. Other cyprinids eat beetles too; a beetle can be eaten by perch and even pike! What a hard life insects have! Therefore, beetle-imitating colours of lures from SV Fishing Lures constantly bring excellent catches. With such lures, you can expect the most diverse fish. And most importantly, you are guaranteed to have surprises – fish you have never caught with spoon lures. Bream or carp caught for the first time in your life is not just a beautiful trophy but also a new step in mastering the challenging art of lure fishing. Beetle-imitating colours belong to natural, and they will never alert fish even in transparent water. They are true best-sellers for chub, ide and trout fishing, which are a must-have for every fisherman.
Chameleon colours. They belong to the Realistic class. Lures of these colours look like living beings: they gleam, change in colour shades and compound undertones; sparkles flicker here and there below the surface, inducing fish to bite. All these colours imitate insect wing cases, and thus, they do not seem unusual to fish. They have no chance to alert fish, as it is likely to never have met artificial baits of such colouring. Colours are universal and catch the most diverse fish.
This series of colours was created after koi colours. Interestingly that, on the one hand, colours are absolutely realistic, but on the other hand, koi carps are rarely, if ever, eaten by predatory fish, and saying that this colouring imitates a prey would be unjustified. However, these colours are very interesting: they are unusual; fish is likely to never have met such lures; high contrast and brightness are combined with vague and misty outlines here. Their visibility is intensified by using fluorescent paints. It is an excellent offer for a fish, which has seen everything in its life.
A series of colours, which imitate an amphibian colouring. Some colours precisely duplicate both an original pattern and a colour range, while others are limited to one pattern but show different colours. Even if a fish has never met a specifically imitated type of frog or newt, the colouring will still work effectively, as it has a wide range of more important factors in addition to looking like an original amphibian, such as luring colour combination, contrasting effect, an original visible lure shape created by a pattern. And if an imitation component comes into effect along with everything stated above, your lure will be just irresistible.
When a fisher sees such lures for the first time, they usually raise doubts. However, their supreme efficiency is always duly appreciated as time passes. So, why are fluorescent lures so good? Let’s start by saying that they have bright and provocative colours intended not to imitate a true prey but to annoy, whet, make angry… This very effect is often beyond competition, inducing greedy and strong bites. Fluorescent lures are clearly seen from a great distance, and moreover, they remain clearly visible even at a great depth. If we leave out compound physical terms, fluorescence is visible light radiation caused by invisible ultraviolet rays. This explains a bright nature of such lures. Ultraviolet rays easily pierce through a dense cloud layer and penetrate into a water layer deeper than any other rays. Thus, fluorescent lures remain visible at such depths, where other lures are simply not visible.
A series of colours characterized by a very dull rough surface, which somewhat resembles middle-abrasive sandpaper. The texture enables a good visibility of a spoon when lighted from different angles. Moreover, highly visible irregularities produce additional noises when water flows around a spoon, and fish feel that with a lateral line. Thus, rough edges can be viewed as an additional factor, which induces fish to attack. Another factor is fluorescent elements available in all colours. They make spoons clearly visible, even at great depths, and increase their catch efficiency.
It is no secret that spoon lures of a silvery colour are truly classic. It is a number-one colour, a keystone of everything! And, although it has been greatly pressed by other colours these days, it still remains popular. Silvery spoons work best when fishing prominent predators: pike, asp, zander, perch. However, other fish, such as chub, ide, trout and sabrefish, are often found among the trophies as well. The angling literature offers a widely spread opinion that silvery spoons work best in cloudy weather, at dawn and in muddy water. However, they often show an excellent result on a bright sunny day too.
ShellBe spoons are so beautiful and creatively different that they look rather like jewellery than fishing lures. The convex side of a spoon is coated with natural nacre cut from the shells of molluscs known as Abalone. Lures have different shades but are iridescent. The base for nacre is chameleon colour spoons, which makes exceptionally effective tandems. Nacre is covered with a layer of durable lacquer. Therefore, you may rest assured that it will not get damaged by fish teeth. Spoons of similar colours are popular in Japan, and they are believed to be very effective when fishing pond rainbow trout. Obviously, pearly brilliance and gleaming in combination with changing chameleon colours lure not only trout but any other fish as well. These colours have already proved themselves as a powerful weapon against bite absence periods, when fish are passive.
Native spoons It has long been noted that in each region or country, fish have specific color preferences. Such fish as carp or chub, are omnivorous fish and can eat not only what lives or grows under water. At chub fishing some anglers use not only baits and lures, but also small fruits and berries that can be found right under your feet. That's why a wonderful idea was born, to realize a whole series of colors, dedicated to non-conventional baits. Cherry Blood, ripe plum and green apple were embodied in a Native series, which symbolizes the fertile lands of Ukraine. However, the highlight was a «starlight night», which complements the series with an excellent color, good for catching the ordinary predators, and lake rainbow trout.