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Sweet Beaver/ Rodent Color In Moderately Clear Water

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What is the best sweet beaver or strike king rodent color for moderately clear water? I'm new to them and need to know what works best to start with

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When in doubt use green pumpkin.

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Greens, Browns, Black's & some Blues.

 

When all else fails, try to match the color of the bottom & or cover as close as you can.

 

A-Jay

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When in doubt use green pumpkin.

Exactly what I was going to say.

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The one you like the most.

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I've never tried any before so idk what I like the most

What color works with other plastics for you? That would be a good starting point.

 

Like 5fish said though, when in doubt, green pumpkin. 

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Green Pumpkin. That color will honestly work in any water clarity.

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Green pumpkin is a good all around color. If you have a heavy bluegill forage base, like my home lakes do, green pumpkin candy works very well. In the middle of summer when  our lakes get stained green with algae blooms, I dip the tails of green pumpkin baits in chart. dye on sunny days, and use black/blue on cloudy days.

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There are a variety that I use, but California is my go-to. It works in crystal clear or muddy conditions for me.

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I ordered main vein and infection. Infection is a brown and green and main vein is a blue and purple since blue gill are over ran in this lake

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Green pumpkin and Infection.

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In clear water I like a more brown tint in a green pumpkin with copper flake

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A Nice magenta with a hint of fusia.... :dazed-7:

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Black with red flake. It's hard to beat. Although fried watermelon I like on sunny days.

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