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whats you best color jig to use in rivers.

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I like watermelon, green pumpkin, motoroil, white, and other various crayfish colors. For murky water blacks and neons are good too.

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All of the above are good colors but it depends on water clarity and season.

In cold water(under 50 deg.), I use black and blue

In warm water browns

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I am partial to browns and greens, especially browns.

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I can also agree that all of those are great colors. I'd like to add Black and red to that. Especially if your river is loaded with crawfish. We discovered this combination color to be so effective after a 4 12 lb bass threw up a crawfish that was that color. Like Ike says, "Let the fish tell you what to do."

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Light and dark brown 75% of the time

Solid black for flipping muddy water

Sometimes a white swim jig?

Allen

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