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#11590823 - 05/08/16 11:15 PM What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water
Patrick.n Offline
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Registered: 03/07/16
Posts: 35
Loc: wichita falls, tx
I know to fish darker colors in stained water. The two lakes I fish have probably 1' or less visibility pretty much year round. I usually go with black and chartreuse, but was just curious what some of the more experianced fisherman might have to say.

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#11590850 - 05/09/16 12:05 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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Registered: 08/11/15
Posts: 1030
Loc: Longview, Tx
In wouldn't consider myself more experienced but as far as colors go, you're on the right track with the black and chartreuse. I've fished with electric chicken, black/chartreuse, oranges, reds, browns and even white with chartreuse in muddy water.... If I'm jigging, I'll tip with a minnow for more movement, use a road runner head or use the crappie nibbles. Anything to add more vibration or contrast to the jig can't hurt.

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#11590861 - 05/09/16 12:46 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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Registered: 03/21/05
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Loc: Lubbock, TX
Black and pink...REAL hard to beat....and I know which lakes you speak of Patrick! Jerry's pink panther is hot right now! 1/8 oz

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#11590870 - 05/09/16 01:52 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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Registered: 12/20/10
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Loc: mckinney, tx
Pink, chartreuse, and orange are usually good choices, I always like a tail of one of these colors with a black body when fishing really muddy water.
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#11590873 - 05/09/16 02:02 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
larry mays Offline
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Registered: 11/24/14
Posts: 869
Loc: Winnsboro, Texas
I don't think color works anymore, now a plastic jig with a lot of flash works better. Today for me it was ice shad by thermocline lures. But would think a spinner bait might be good.

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#11590933 - 05/09/16 06:34 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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Something orange....
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#11590940 - 05/09/16 06:38 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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I have actually done good with solid White as well. Surprised me..
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#11591521 - 05/09/16 11:04 AM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
Patrick.n Offline
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Registered: 03/07/16
Posts: 35
Loc: wichita falls, tx
Thanks for the info yall. Much appreciated!

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#11592384 - 05/09/16 03:57 PM Re: What are yalls go to colors for muddy/stained water [Re: Patrick.n]
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Registered: 07/25/15
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Loc: Irving/Valley Ranch
White is always a good choice, it has colors in the UV spectrum that fish eyes can see but we can't.

Eric

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