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#12716659 - 04/14/18 01:37 PM Ray Hubbard Question
Tex5000 Offline
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Registered: 05/02/11
Posts: 204
What are the best jog color or color combo for Ray Hubbard for crappie?

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#12716735 - 04/14/18 03:15 PM Re: Ray Hubbard Question [Re: Tex5000]
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Color doesn't matter IMO. Any color that you think looks good will work.
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#12718878 - 04/16/18 02:37 PM Re: Ray Hubbard Question [Re: Tex5000]
Tommy Ezell Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 10/05/11
Posts: 1495
Loc: Rockwall,Tx.
It's size and action on Hubbard. Smaller baits do best. Specifically the baits that have appendages on them that help the bait fall slower. BH Stump Bugs are my go to Hubbard. The brush Glider is great as well.

Presentation is key on Hubbard. I primarily fish submerged timber and the crappie bite best while pitching a jig out and slow falling it back towards the boat threw the timber.

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#12718880 - 04/16/18 02:38 PM Re: Ray Hubbard Question [Re: Tex5000]
Tommy Ezell Online   content
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Can't go wrong with Bluegrass or Silver Shad colors.

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#12721544 - 04/18/18 11:27 AM Re: Ray Hubbard Question [Re: Tex5000]
JuniorPro22 Offline
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Registered: 07/13/12
Posts: 250
Loc: Dallas
During the summer we've always had luck on black/chartreuse, white chartreuse, and just plain old white. Anything that will impersonate a small shad. If you need any help send me a PM. What fishin'aholic2 said was very true as well. I feel like half the time I got bit it was on the fall, so try to use baits that fall slow and give the thumpers a chance to snatch it. Those are always my favorite bites

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