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Hello please help me! I am fishing tomorrow and unfortunatly it poured rain all day today and our pond flooded and the visibility is literally 1/2 to 1 INCH!!

Let me know what you guys throw in extremely mirky/muddy conditions

water temp 60-70 deg

Partly cloudy,calm winds

THANKS EVERYONE

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Black. And Charchuse. Noisy and vibratey. That a word? Vibratey?

 

Also, your avatar is sidewayz...

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Chartreuse, orange, yellow spinner bait with large blade.  We used to call that our "Mardi Gras" spinnerbait.

 

A chartreuse and white one with gold blades will do.  We have LOTS of murky water in South Louisiana!!

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Chartreuse, orange, yellow spinner bait with large blade.  We used to call that our "Mardi Gras" spinnerbait.

 

A chartreuse and white one with gold blades will do.  We have LOTS of murky water in South Louisiana!!

How big of spinner bait?

i have a 7' medium action fast tip rod

and a pfluger 6.2:1 spin reel

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3/8 oz is a good size. Or on a spinning setup 1/4 oz

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Spinnerbait with large Colorado blades. Gold/Chartreuse. Anything that will displace a lot of water.  If you start flipping, go dark. Black/blue or Junebug colors. 

Dynamite when all else fails. 

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Make noise, move water, and use bright or very dark colors.  The bass will hugging be hugging cover. 

 

When the water is as turbid as you are talking about, I have found that the best bet for me is to go big and flip and pitch cover.  You may not get a lot of numbers that way but if you pitch a MOP jig with a big trailer (Ragetail Lobster or something like it) all day to cover you usually catch a few solid healthy fish.  And you just may catch Big Bertha. 

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