I do not have confidence in colors. I have confidence in MYSELF to match whatever the fish are biting. A story related by Ralph Manns. He and his brother were fishing a power plant lake and having no luck whatsoever. He finally tried the kitchen sink, an orange and yellow swirl worm. THAT was the only bait they could get bit on. Even using pieces of worms as short as 2" and still getting bit, but ONLY on that one color. Often times, color does not make a difference, but sometimes, it makes ALL and THE ONLY DIFFERENCE to the fish. That is why my soft plastic situation is heavy in standard colors, but a few odd wads that you would never think to throw. When fishing gets tuff, I put on one of those odd wad colors and save the day. There is SOMETHING TO BE SAID in throwing something they have not seen before. At least, according to Ralph Manns, and I TRUST his judgement more than almost anyone else's. Hope this helps. Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.
Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.