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What color SpinnerBait Blades do you use in sunny weather , cloudy & rain ?  GodBless & THanks

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Gold, gold, and gold. But to be honest I don't think the fish care. I do use a chart. small blade in really low vis water sometimes. I was house sitting for my brother last month in NJ, and hit a couple of spots cose to his house with his tackle. Silver blades with a blue/white skirt caught for me all week, and I don't own a single one that color. 

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Sunny = Sliver

cloudy= gold

rain = gold 

clear water I like silver or one gold willow and a one silver Colorado

on pressured water I like to paint or marker my blades black sometimes the vibration is all you need. I never use colored blades i.e. Chartreuse, orange ect I just go to a swim jig or bladed jig instead of painted blades. Most of the time I use one gold and one silver on the same spinner seems to work well.

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9 minutes ago, sully420 said:

Sunny = Sliver

cloudy= gold

rain = gold 

clear water I like silver or one gold willow and a one silver Colorado

on pressured water I like to paint or marker my blades black sometimes the vibration is all you need. I never use colored blades i.e. Chartreuse, orange ect I just go to a swim jig or bladed jig instead of painted blades. Most of the time I use one gold and one silver on the same spinner seems to work well.

 

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I use gold shallow and silver deep , generally .I dont know if it makes a difference at  all. Sometimes i'll work in copper , white or chartreuse . 

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Clark Rheem was on Bass Edge radio a couple of weeks ago discussing this topic and his advice pretty emphatic: don't overthink it.   He said he carries two colors - a translucent and an opaque.  He uses double willow leafs - gold/silver - almost exclusively.    I kind of follow that advice more or less.

 

 

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War Eagle Mouse color with a little chartruse in it.Double willow leaf blades one silver and one gold.There spot remover color also.Mostly 3/8 size.

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Gold/ silver double willow blades the majority of the time.

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During a single retrieve your spinnerbait may be riding in "deep shade" under a dock

then running over a weedbed in "full sun". So regardless of conditions, I just keep it simple

by throwing 'gold' spinners, which is a middle-of-the-road color. In the same vein,

I prefer Indiana blades which are also middle-of-the-road (between Colorado & willow-leaf).

 

Roger

 

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Brain dump time!

 

 

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Sunny: Gold, double willow gold blades

Overcast: Gold, double willow gold blades

Rainy: Gold, double willow gold blades

 

A really good gold spinnerbait is the War Eagle Gold Shiner color. Last time I bought one, I bought three. I wish you could get it with gold hammered blades. They throw off even more vibration and look like scales.

 

Dark or exceedingly muddy....No, not gold. Black/Blue with Black Colorado blade. Specifically, Strike King Night SB. You can fish it so slowly, it's a good winter bait 'round here.

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