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"Fishing artificials" refers to using artificial lures or baits instead of natural bait to attract and catch fish. These artificial lures are typically designed to mimic the appearance and movement of natural prey, such as insects, fish, or other small creatures. Anglers often choose to fish with artificials for several reasons, including their durability, ease of use, and ability to target specific species of fish. Examples of artificial lures include soft plastic worms, crankbaits, spoons, jigs, and flies. Fishing with artificials requires skill in presentation and technique to effectively entice fish to strike.

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