American bait for catching predatory fish
Akron, Ohio, USA, summer 1949 “Bloody worm”, he cursed Nick Crim, when he cast tooling for catching black bass was off the hook last Nightcrawler. The remains of the worms before he breathed his last in the summer heat. Angry Nick went home and began looking for a solution to the problem. The result of his thought has revolutionized and forever changed known to him the world of artificial lures. He made casting mold for imprint frozen Nightcrawler and cast from a mixture of vinyl, oils and pigments artificial worm. Originally used its own artificial worms only himself, but about the effectiveness of talking around quickly, and due to high demand. Krim had to start industrial”” production lures.
From Ohio he moved to Texas, where he developed a suitable method of supplying silicone worm. So there is a snap-in Texas, long considered the only correct one for an artificial worm, and so far it is most successful on all fishing tournaments in North America.
In the Wake of the boom lures in the U.S. have League of professional anglers that produce a huge prize money for the winners of tournaments a Variety of soft plastic lures today knows no boundaries: worms (worms) salamanders (lizzards), wagging tails (twister, grubs), crayfish (crawfish) and fish (shads, flukes) beschislennye, shapes and sizes, sometimes flavored, sometimes with sequins have flooded the market. In Europe these animals silicone partially stuck.
However, efficient snap-Americans is still known only to a small group of enthusiasts. As opposed to the “quick” methods of fishing with artificial baits such as spinners or lures that the angler goes a considerable distance and will examine large areas of the reservoir, fishing with the snap-in Texas — this survey and oblaivanie known points that are actually detected by fish. Posting bait in this case should be as natural as possible the point is not to achieve large casting distance, but how to apply the bait as it is at the moment necessary.