Photo of Crankbaits for Fishing – A crankbait is an artifical lure used in fishing that is typically made from wood or plastic with diving lips, treble hooks to mimic fish, minnows, bugs and crayfish. There are different types of crank baits like top water surface lures, deep divers, rattle traps, jointed minnows and more.
Photos of Stick Baits for Fishing – Stick Baits can be classified as a crank bait but Stick Baits are typically one whole piece of wood or plastic shaped into a type of small fish or minnow with or without a diving lip with two to 3 treble hooks. Stick Baits do come in a couple different types, floaters, sinkers and a variety of divers.
Photo of Jointed Minnows which are considered Crankbaits. Jointed Minnows have a joint between the front and back of the minnow to give the lures more action in its side to side movement.
Photo of Top Water Surface Lures – Sometime the bigger the splash or disturbance the lure make the better for bringing the Bass, Northern Pike and Musky from the watery depths. Top water lures have spinners, non-diving surface lips and lots of treble hooks.
Photo of Rattle Trap Lures for Fishing – Rattle Traps are named because they have small balls in a hollow body that rattles around with attracts Bass, Northern Pike, Muskie, Walleye and larger Panfish which are all considered to game fish.
Photo of Diving Crank Baits – Diving Crank Baits come in a wide variety of a vast array of shapes, sizes, colors and styles like floating, sinking, shallow diver, medium diver and deep diver to name a few. To catch all different size and species of Wisconsin Fish like Muskie, Trout, Panfish, Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass and even Catfish.
Photo of Crank Baits and Lures