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I have been fishing with the fluke in the white pearl color but haven't had any luck.  All of the fish i've caught out of this pond has been off watermelon plastic colors and a few darker junebug colors...what is the next best color to try in flukes?

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I have found that the best color flukes for small ponds are Watermelon and Baby bass. I don't know why that is but I have had it work out that way many times.

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White is one of my best, if not my best, colors for flukes. I really like baby bass, lemon shad, watermelon seed, and arkansas shiner.

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Baby Bass is hard to beat.  It is one of our favorites.

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my favorite is Green Albino, it looks identical to a minnow great color yet i think they only make it in tiny fluke cuase i can't find it on any other fluke.

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My most productive colors are albino, baby bass, and bubblegum. For ponds, try the baby bass. My best color for small bodies of water  :)

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I like arkansas shiner and baby bass for largemouth but I haven't found a color that can beat green pumpkin for river smallmouth.

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i like either a shad color in most of the waters here  but if there is alot of creek chubs i will use a fluke that is black and white with a good bit of pink in it

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my favorite is Green Albino, it looks identical to a minnow great color yet i think they only make it in tiny fluke cuase i can't find it on any other fluke.

I have purchased some of these in the Super Fluke at my local BPS.  They are pretty difficult to find though.

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Black colors and bubblegum are best for murky water.

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During a hot fluke bite, I'll intentionally change the color of my fluke after every couple of bass, just to see if that might change the action.

Although I'm always looking for the Holy Grail, changing the color of the fluke has never helped or hurt my success...not really.

Even so, I reach for "albino" more than any other fluke pattern because I like its translucent shiner-like appearance and soft outline

I also have many bags of flukes in White Ice, Baby Bass and Bubblegum, which I'll continue to use for experimenting.

Bubblegum is easier to see in murky water but I'm comfortable working the fluke without seeing it all the time.

Roger

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I actually fish flukes deep so most of the time I DON'T see them. Using lighter line can really get them to sink deeper, and it's a lure that bass in the 10 - 15 foot depth range don't see much. SLURRRP!

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which ever color you have the most confidence in. for me it is watermelon seed and albino.

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