Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Colorlures'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • New Features
  • Other


  • Stripers Online Forums
    • Main Forum
    • Fly Fishing
    • Boating and Boat Fishing
    • Freshwater Fishing
    • Kayaking and Kayak Fishing Forum
    • Beach Buggy Forum
    • Fishing Industry Insiders
    • Tackle Collectors
    • Buy/Sell/Trade Forums
    • Commercial BST Forum
  • Community Forums
    • The Town Tavern
    • Sports Forum
    • Political Graffiti
    • The Enfield Forum
    • The Real Outpost
    • Memorial Forum
    • Food Fling Forum
    • Bugs, Issues and Platform Comments
  • How-To Forums
    • Do It Yourself
    • Outdoors Digital Photography and Video
    • Rod Building Forum
    • Fly Tying Forum
    • Lure Building
    • Steve‚Äôs Cooking Your Catch
    • Distance Casting Forum
    • Reel Maintenance and Repair
  • Regional Forums
    • Coastal Maine/NH Fishing
    • Massachusetts Fishing
    • Rhode Island Fishing
    • Connecticut Fishing
    • Long Island/NY Fishing
    • New Jersey Fishing
    • Pennsylvania Fishing
    • DelMarVa Fishing Forum
    • Chesapeake Bay Fishing
    • Hatteras/OBX Fishing
    • Florida Fishing
    • West Coast Fishing
    • Bottom Fishing
  • Clubs and Organizations
    • Ditch Trolls

Found 1 result

  1. So I'm new to this community but I'm not so new to the sport of fishing. I'm 18 and recently the last 2 years I've learned and continuing to learn all the techniques and ways to become a better fisherman. I've read the pinned topic on this main forum a few times but can't seem to find the answer to my question. One of the biggest problems I have is that I get too caught up in the color of my lures. In my bag I have about 7 SPs/Bombers, 2 poppers, 1 needle, and a bunch of bucktails/diamonds. But this really only pertains to the plastic and woods that have a color selection. So about colors, the only thing I really know is that darker colors are more commonly used at night and cloudy days and flashy lures are used for sunny days. One of the things that I lack knowledge of is the color of the bait striped bass typically eat during the seasons. And this can help me with selecting colors. So the real question I am looking to ask and hopefully you guys can help me and guide me in the right direction but it is, when picking colors for your lures, what helps you determine what color you pick? The time of day, weather conditions, water conditions, what the fish are feeding on, and any other things? Just some help would be very appreciated thank you.