Largemouth black bass, also known as Micropterus salmoides, are considered to be one of the most sought-after game fish in North America due to their size and challenge to catch them. . Largemouth Bass are known for being particularly challenging to catch, as they are highly intelligent and have a keen sense of awareness.
One reason for their intelligence is their highly developed nervous system. Largemouth black bass have a large and complex brain, which allows them to process information quickly and make quick decisions. This enables them to quickly adapt to changing conditions and learn from their experiences.
Another reason for their intelligence is their ability to learn from their environment. Largemouth black bass are able to recognize and remember the characteristics of specific lures and baits, as well as the behavior of fishermen. Once they have learned to associate a certain lure or bait with danger, they will avoid it in the future. This ability to learn also allows them to quickly adapt to new fishing techniques and strategies, making them difficult to catch consistently unless you stay a step ahead of them. Each one of our lures is individually designed meaning not one Luer is the same as the other. Similar yes, the same no! This somewhat eliminates the bass from being hesitant to eat our lure due to the slight differences with each of our baits.
Largemouth black bass also have a keen sense of awareness, allowing them to detect even the slightest vibrations in the water with their highly effective lateral line. The slightest displacement in the water can trigger the lateral line and that bass can determine if it’s predator or prey, how far away it is, and follow it from a very far distance. When a lot of anglers are throwing the same Luer that kicks off the same vibrations fish will eventually learn that it’s not real and your lure won’t work as well in that area.
With Wood Pecker Bass Baits, We not only make each paint design different, we make the internals different as well. Each bait not only looks different, but it sounds different. This is a very big advantage as an angler.
In summary, woodpecker bass baits honed in on the anatomy of the largemouth bass. We created our lures to trigger their highly sensitive lateral lines, their ability to detect and remember vibrations, and to take advantage of their opportunist instinct to eat by making sure each bait is slightly different, not enough for the angler to notice but more then enough to outsmart the Bass!!