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#10796183 - 04/25/15 10:35 AM Dirty water jigs??
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Registered: 04/01/10
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With all the new/dirty water we are dealing with this SPRING, I am looking for color combo's. Someone mentioned black/orange and this is what I came up with:

Any other suggestions for what kind of jig a guy needs in his tackle box, for these conditions??

Edited by REDGUN (04/25/15 10:40 AM)

#10796336 - 04/25/15 11:59 AM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
plateboater Offline

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very well done
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#10796455 - 04/25/15 01:18 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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Loc: Ill
Nice muddy water jigs!

#10796471 - 04/25/15 01:24 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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#10796634 - 04/25/15 02:41 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: moonriver]
REDGUN Online   content
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Any other color combo's that have worked for you guys, in muddy conditions?? I am looking for suggestions.


Here is another combo I plan to try...

Edited by REDGUN (04/25/15 03:46 PM)

#10796903 - 04/25/15 04:59 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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Quality work!

I like any form of electric chicken, chartreuse/hot pink for muddy water. This may sound funny, but lately, I've had had good luck with black/black or black/gray fishing heavily stained water during overcast skies.

#10797170 - 04/25/15 07:42 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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Black/grey is a good color for stained water. Another good color is green/yellow.
The old Color-C-Lector showed green/yellow as two colors that could be seen in muddy water. Mid South makes a tube jig called bull frog that is bright green/yellow. I've used this color in water where visibility was 1-2" and crappie thumped it. Yellow chart with a bright green will work well I think. Here's a video with some info.
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#10797896 - 04/26/15 09:49 AM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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Thanks for the tips/pics. Getting some like them today!

#10798684 - 04/26/15 06:00 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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Still that same one for me and the best way to describe it is post it. So click on this picture link on my site and see my favorite. It's a Flame Red Head the body is FL Yellow & Black with a Hot Orange Tail. I use it with the Roadrunner type jigs mostly. It's just easy to post it like this rather than finding it on my Photobucket.

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#10799530 - 04/26/15 11:43 PM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
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That's right purdy, Skip.

#10803208 - 04/28/15 09:38 AM Re: Dirty water jigs?? [Re: REDGUN]
Jay In Somerville Offline
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Awesome colors!


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