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First you need RI's Beaver, they invented that color name. Fish it anywhere, anytime bass are present.

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5 minutes ago, WRB said:

First you need RI's Beaver, they invented that color name. Fish it anywhere, anytime bass are present.

Tom

Sorry, i meant is it a clear water color, or a dirty water color?

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On April 4, 2018 at 5:06 PM, DBL000006 said:

Sorry, i meant is it a clear water color, or a dirty water color?

Bass don't stop eating if the water is clear or dirty, they find prey that are trying to hide and servive by blending into thier environmemt. Sprayed grass is basically dark green pumpkin with black and purple flake. 

Don't believe everything you read regarding colors verses water clarity, it's trail and error, meaning try it!

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I have had very good luck on baby brush hogs and trick worms in that color. I think it is better in stained water but it can be tough to find clear water here we keep having so much rain.

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This is my favorite Zoom color.  Wish they offered it in the u tail worm.

 

Looks great in the clear quarry waters near my house, especially with a clear sky.

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In muddy waters, I tend to lean towards junebug and other nearly black hues. Clear, your choice...greens and light browns for me.

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I consider it a clear water color. It's semi translucent. I don't much care for it in a beaver/craw style bait, but I use it a lot in a stick bait. I use Yum's version called "Elder's Magic". Over the last few years it has all but replaced watermelon candy as my go-to clear water stick bait color. It really shines in the post spawn when bass are hanging around bluegill beds, the water is gin clear, bluebird skies, and zero wind/slick calm conditions.

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My number one color in BPS Stiko worm. Caught more bass on this color in 2017 than everything else put together. This year I bought that color pattern in every type worm.

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14 hours ago, Comfortably Numb said:

Color matters? :)

Of course it does monkey butt, don't be a bone head or I'll pound you until you are black and blue.;)

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19 hours ago, Comfortably Numb said:

Color matters? :)

You bet it does! Don't you have your Color-C-Lector with you?? :frog-13:

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On 4/4/2018 at 6:54 PM, DBL000006 said:

What condition would you throw this color in?

 

When the water is wet! 😉

 

Quite trying to put colors in a box or on a chart!

 

I throw Zoom's Baby Brush Hog in sprayed grass in any water clarity.

 

If ya fishing off colored water & ya come across clear water do y'all change colors?

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39 minutes ago, Catt said:

 

When the water is wet! 😉

 

Quite trying to put colors in a box or on a chart!

 

I throw Zoom's Baby Brush Hog in sprayed grass in any water clarity.

 

If ya fishing off colored water & ya come across clear water do y'all change colors?

Do what? You make absolutely no sense. You need to stop drinking the non filtered water.

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20 minutes ago, DBL000006 said:

Do what? You make absolutely no sense. You need to stop drinking the non filtered water.

 

Yeah but I out fish 97% of this sight! 😉

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On 4/5/2018 at 12:37 AM, ImThatGuy said:

This is my favorite Zoom color.  Wish they offered it in the u tail worm.

 

Looks great in the clear quarry waters near my house, especially with a clear sky.

ever tried out their green pumpkin magic?

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Sprayed grass baby brush hog ...I use this lure all year round on my lake in New Hampshire , crystal clear water ewsily the best color I have in soft plastics for this lake 

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14 hours ago, lo n slo said:

ever tried out their green pumpkin magic?

No.  I use watermelon seed sprayed grass.

Will give this a look.

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Gonna have to try it.  Oh no, gotta go to the Bait shop!

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I think the point of that color is that it's somewhat see through and green, which is great for clear water, but it's also got some darker hues like purple which makes it work in murkier water as well. Personally, my favorite bait one year was a big Texas rigged sprayed grass tube. Regardless of water clarity or location, it always got bit by bass and pike. I've been wanting to try that color in more baits... Maybe this is the season to try it!

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Bass can hit one color one day and then not so much on the next day! Just let them tell uou what they want!

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Sprayed Grass : Bluegill imitation color best used on a sunny to partly cloudy day to allow the glitter to work best in clear to lightly stained water . If the water is more stained or it's cloudy - I'm moving to a darker color like green pumpkin or junebug ... Hopefully this helps .

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