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Can fish recognize lures?

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We've found through our studies that fish do have a memory. "For example, if a bass is caught on a spinnerbait one day, it's almost impossible to catch that fish on the same lure the next day. And if it is exposed to that bait every couple days for a week or so, it could be 20 days before it will strike the lure again.

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