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Anyone ever have luck throwing black/blue jigs in clearer water? I hear u should only throw that color in muddy water. 

Thanks! 

LEW

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I don't use black and blue but I use black jigs in gin clear water all the time.

 

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I've used black/blue a lot in clear water and have caught a lot of fish with it.  Black w/emerald green flake works better for me though.

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Ok, let me see what the GOOD BOOK has to say in this matter ........... Well, there ain't no commandment sayin': " thou shall only fish black & blue jigs in muddy water" sooooo, you aren't condemning your inmortal soul for eternity.

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I throw black & blue in every water clarity, sky condition, day, night, deep, shallow, winter, spring, summer, or fall.

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10 minutes ago, Catt said:

I throw black & blue in every water clarity, sky condition, day, night, deep, shallow, winter, spring, summer, or fall.

The OP asked if you ever caught anything, you can throw in the back yard....just pulling your chain!

LEWITH, Catt catches lots of big bass on BB jigs. If you want to get into jig fish try answering questions that have been asked of you like what tackle do you use and do you T-rig soft plastics?? Otherwise I'am staying out of this.

Tom

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Actually I'm not much of a black & blue jigs kinda guy, plain black here.

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1 hour ago, Catt said:

I throw black & blue in every water clarity, sky condition, day, night, deep, shallow, winter, spring, summer, or fall.

i couldn't agree more.

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Yep, anywhere, anytime.

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Here on Table rock I only throw black/blue at night or in stained water like up the river arms.
Some sort of green pumpkin or pbj will out fish it in the clearer water IMO , Of course it could be a confidence thing.

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Denny Brauer: tournaments entered 376-times in the money 216 - 2.9 million

Gary Klien: tournaments entered 434-times in the money 275 - 2.7 million

Weapon of choice 1/2 oz black-n-blue jig!

To be consistent at bass fishing we must put all the odds in our favor, that is in the things we can control.

I aint saying throw only black-n-blue, what I am saying is when ya wondering where to start...there it is!

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16 hours ago, LEWITH said:

Anyone ever have luck throwing black/blue jigs in clearer water?  

Yep . 

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I always start out with a black and blue jig tied on, and go from there.  Sometimes in clear water black and blue doesn't work, but when it does, it works all day long.

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caught my PB earlier this summer on a homemade 1/2oz black/blue jig.  The water in this lake is typically very clear, mountain spring fed.  Also was using braid, yellow at that, which "i hear" you shouldn't use in clear water......

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Black and blue just flat works! 

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