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What kind of lures do trout like?

Asked: Pai e Filhos Pesca Esportiva, Last Updated:

The top 13 rainbow trout fishing lures are;

  • Roostertail spinner.
  • Mepps Aglia spinner.
  • Panther Martin spinner.
  • Blue Fox spinners;
  • Kastmaster spoon.
  • Phoebe spoon.
  • Krocodile spoon.
  • Rapala X-Rap.

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