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NuFish Beads

Beads are an essential component of any angler's tackle box, and Fishing Tackle and Bait offers a wide range of beads from top brands such as Korda, Korum, and Leeda. These beads come in a variety of colors and sizes to match any fishing situation. Korda beads are known for their durability and effectiveness, and they come in a range of colors and sizes to suit different fishing scenarios. Korum beads are designed with a quick-change feature that makes it easy to switch them out and customize your rig. Leeda beads offer a more traditional approach and are made with high-quality materials to ensure they can withstand the rigors of fishing. At Fishing Tackle and Bait, you can find beads to suit any style of fishing, whether you're targeting carp, pike, or other species. Our knowledgeable staff can help you select the right beads for your fishing needs, and we are committed to providing high-quality products at competitive prices. Whether you're a seasoned angler or just getting started, Fishing Tackle and Bait has the beads and other fishing gear you need to make your next fishing trip a success. Visit our website or stop by our store to browse our selection of beads and other fishing tackle.


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More about Beads

Beads are small, often brightly colored, spherical objects used in fishing rigs to attract fish and improve the presentation of bait. They are typically made of plastic or glass and come in a range of colors, sizes, and shapes.

In fishing, beads are primarily used for two purposes: as a visual attractor and as a buffer between the hook and bait. When used as a visual attractor, beads can mimic the appearance of fish eggs or other natural food sources, making them more attractive to certain species of fish. As a buffer, beads can protect the bait from damage caused by the hook and prevent it from falling off.

Beads are often used in conjunction with other fishing tackle such as hooks, swivels, and weights, and can be customized to suit different fishing situations. By experimenting with different sizes, colors, and shapes of beads, anglers can optimize their rigs to catch more fish.