The World Of Bass Flies (7 of 12)
There's a wide variety of conventional lures available that imitate various bait fish, based on shape, color, and action. Bass flies are the same. They're also made to replicate the size, color, and relative action of bait fish. The only difference is that the flies are made from feathers, fur and synthetics, whereas lures are usually made from plastic or wood. The same comparison applies for other food sources for bass, things like crayfish, mice, and frogs. Some people tie their own flies, but you don't need to do that. You can buy already made flies from your local fly shop or online catalog store. You just need a good general selection, based on the kind of bass food that's in your area.