The act of fishing with a plastic worm, lizard, crawfish, or similar bait.
An area in a body of water that slopes toward deeper depths.
Angling equipment, excluding artificial baits, attached to the end of a fishing line; examples include hooks, snaps, swivels, snap-swivels, sinkers, floats, and plastic beads.
The method of securing a hook to a soft plastic bait worm, lizard, crawfish, so that the hook is weedless. A slip sinker is threaded onto the line and then a hook is tied to the end of the line. […]
The layer of water where the temperature changes at least one half a degree per foot of depth. Basically, a layer of water where rising warm and sinking cold water meet.
A lure with short, rapid side to side movement.