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What are some of your most productive fluke colors?

I would say mine are pearl,albino shad(basically white,lol),watermelon,watermelon red,and arkansas shiner.

I have some baitfish and golden bream colored ones that I haven't got to try yet though. :)

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Pearl and White Ice - Clear water

Watermelon and Baby Bass - Stained water

(I wish they still made Clear)

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golden bream and arkansas shiner

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Frankly, I don't know of any color fluke that doesn't work well (I've tried them all).

For years my favorite fluke colors were Ice and Bubblegum, but lately I've been partial to Albino.

In the real world, choose ANY color to be your favorite,

and bass will convince you that's it's their favorite too :)

Roger

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just try to match the forage in the fishery that u plan on fishing  white or pearl works well for me anywhere i go  but in some rivers i fish for smallies a shad color works awesome then 2 miles away at a creek that holds smallies   a natural creek chub color works great but the shad doesnt catch nothing   so yea just try to make the natural forage of the lake river or stream u are fishing

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My 2 favorites - light and dark.

;D ;D Exactly!  ;D ;D

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baby bass-in clear water

chartruse in dark or muddy water

watermelon and watermelon red in stained water

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My 2 favorites - light and dark.

I agree with about half of that!  :)

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I almost exclusively use Arkansas Shiner, Baby Bass, or Green Pumpkin.

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Baby Bass, Watermelon, Watermelon Red, Green Pumpkin, Pearl White, Albino Shad, and Mardi Gras

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I've always used a shad colored fluke (silver or grey) but picked up a six pack of riverside soft jerkbaits with a purple back with grey sides and a black "shad" dot on the side for $1 T Wal-Mart. I will give them a try this spring.

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watermelon seed and pearl white(i put a few yellow grubs in with the white to make it more of a perch color) works good.... but by far watermelon is by top producing lure.......

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On our stretch of the upper Mississippi, nothing beats the YUM Houdini Shad in Camo Pearl.  When the water is murky, Chartreuse with silver flake works well and Baby Bass is also useful at times.  

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