Lures are catching on with saltwater anglers

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

It continues to amaze and delight me that every inshore saltwater angler now seems to be a disciple of his own brand of artificial lure.

We have come a long way in 20 years. There was a time when you were as likely to find a pair of tap shoes in a local red drum angler’s tackle box as a selection of lures. Now things are different.

At one time the sports of freshwater bass fishing and inshore saltwater fishing were very different, but the lines blurred quite a bit through the years with the willingness of saltwater anglers to use lures helping this along.

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