EricDice

Fall ‘22 color & size for success

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7 mins ago, EricDice said:

Yellow. White. As expected. 
 

Anyone for blue back?
 

I feel like the dead peanuts I noticed had more blue in them than yellow or green. 

I have had a lot of luck with a sardine color Mag Darter.   I feel yellow is good when bunker or spikes are around.  Most fish have white bellies so its always a good choice.    Mostly I think presentation is more important than color.   Until it isn't ...

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33 mins ago, UncleJohn said:

  I have heard some talk about them and it is all good ...    I will have to keep an eye out for them. 

Yeah they are not cheap but they work. 

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3 hours ago, chocodove said:

It’s the Green Head Baits small glider. Stock hooks.

Smoked fish in the back late spring/ early summer on one, just in white.

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3 hours ago, chocodove said:

Yeah they are not cheap but they work. 

Are they in the range of the Scabelly Gliders... 

 

 

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4 mins ago, UncleJohn said:

Are they in the range of the Scabelly Gliders... 

 

 

Yes. But these are resin as opposed to wood. Doesn’t make a difference to me (I actually prefer as more durable IMO), but may to others. 

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Posted (edited)

5" or 7" Zman MinnowZ - white or chartreuse. 

 

Slim profile plastics (6 1/2" SP minnows or 7" bombers) - black or parrot. 

 

I used to have just white, black/purple or yellow.  But dropped yellow as I found chartreuse/parrot to be much more effective, especially when bunker is around. 

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