Because of some unique chemistry, Smartbaits lures imitate wounded, bleeding prey fish changing colors at different water depths and temperatures
The lures were shown at a fishing show last month in Oklahoma and may not be at fishing shops yet, but here’s the scoop.
“Fish see color,” said Michael Dingman, owner of Smartbaits. Predator fish, like large bass, hone in on those colors of vulnerable or injured smaller fish and attack, he said.
Smartbaits incite that attack, the company says. For example in cold deep water or warm shallow water, just one Smartbaits lure will change colors from chartreuse to red or watermelon to junebug to attract fish to strike. Color changes everything; that’s the Smartbaits’ slogan.”
They’re kind of cool looking. Check out the lure company here
Photo provided by Smartbaits