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Lures for dirty water?

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I need to know the best lures for dirty water. 

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depends on what your fishing for. If for bass , i'd stick to black/dark  worms / gold colored spinners / dark colored jigs and such...

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8 minutes ago, Tnbailey said:

I need to know the best lures for dirty water. 

 

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balck and blue bladed jig, colorado bladed spiinerbait, chartreuse cranks, black and blue plastics and jigs 

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4 minutes ago, Jon G said:

balck and blue bladed jig, colorado bladed spiinerbait, chartreuse cranks, black and blue plastics and jigs 

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Dynamite. Works in dirty water, clear water, no water.

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Dark jigs, chartreuse hard baits, rattle traps, dark soft plastics..

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Generally: bulk, vibration, noise, bright/dark contrasting colors

Specifically: Bladed jig, colorado blade spinnerbaits, noisy topwaters, rattling crankbaits, bulky jig+trailer, big worms, ribbontail, curly tail and paddletail plastics; Blacks, blues, purples, reds, oranges, yellows, gold, chartreuse

Fish slow and close to cover or close to the bottom.

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Welcome to BR

Generally speaking (there are no absolutes in bass fishing), bass are sight feeders. If you can get their attention with something that either is noisy, gives off a lot of vibration, or moves a lot of water, that they can see, you have a good chance of catching them once you find them. 

A Colorado bladded spinnerbait with a trailer that moves a lot of water like a RageTail or Kalins Lunker Grub and a jig rattle combines all those attributes. So does a fat body rattling crankbait. A jig with a thick skirt, loud rattle and a trailer that moves a lot of water is a great target bait. Combine any of them with a color that is either visible, or contrasts the darker water and all you should have to do is find them. 

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I like dark colored baits generally and tend to stick to larger baits. Jigs, bladed jigs, spinnerbaits, and squarebills are my favorites. 

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