When to use a soft plastic bait?
CPF Lures soft plastic lures are professional baits designed for tournament pro's and guides. Our Pro series baits are more durable than traditional baits and are fade resistant.
Soft plastic bait are commonly used in fresh water for bass due to their soft texture that mimics live bait. Soft plastic lures or baits have become a staple in fishing tournaments due to their realistic texture and versatility. Soft plastic fishing tackle can be used in conjunction with jigs or bladed jigs, fished Texas or Carolina, or weightless on their own.
Do you offer discounts on your soft plastic baits?
CPF Lures soft plastics are available in a large range of colors, sizes and shapes. Our company is on a mission to help out the anglers and make the bass catching process easier. We have an extensive collection of colors and styles of soft plastics that are affordable and perfect for any bass fishing excursion.
That being said, we do offer discounts from time to time. These offers are sent to people who sign up for our mailing list.
There is no "best" company. Only what do you want out of your soft plastics? Some companies focus on the cheapest material to provide the best price. Our focus is to create the perfect baits that catch multiple fish species and meet the demands of our fishing guides. Traits like catching more fish per bait, colors that do not easily fade, and lifelike action are the focus of our products.
Our soft plastic lures are made to be more durable than other soft plastics. that specializes in fishing lures. We offer the best selection of freshwater and saltwater lures on the market, as well as high quality, innovative products at affordable prices.
Adult largemouth bass feed on ﬁsh, crayﬁsh, and lizards, salamanders, and frogs. With the young feeding on crustaceans, insects, and small ﬁsh. Bass are predators and their diet consists mostly of smaller fish, though they will eat just about anything they can fit in their mouth. The ideas behind soft plastic lures is to mimic the movement, size and color of their natural food source. The food sources will change with age and throughout the year.
The best soft plastic baits will have the same fallrate and movement as crawfish, bluegill, shiners, and worms.
The best soft plastic color depends on the water clarity and color of the lake you are fishing. In clear lakes you will want to stick with natural colors. When the water is dingy you will want brighter colors.
The best selling soft plastic lure color of all time is green pumpkin.
Florida freshwater is nutrient rich with tannins that seeps from the soil. This gives the water a coffee appearance. The best colors for this tannic rich water is black with blue flakes, Junebug, Black and Red, Plum Apple, Redbug, or Plum colors.
Soft plastic lures are made from plastisol, PVC or other polymer particles. This material will not degrade even after years of storage.