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Just wondering what everyone uses for colors with their soft plastics.  The only color i realy use is green pumpkin and didnt know if there were any other popular colors.  Thanks.

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green pumpkin and watermelon 95% of the time

maybe black in murky water

if im smallie fishing sometimes i get crazy and use chartruese

grubs i usually use smoke, clear or white colors to imitate baitfish

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Green Pumpkin In the Spring

Watermelon Seed / Watermelon w/ Red Fleck in Summer

Light Watermelon Seed in early Fall & back to Green Pumpkin in Late Fall

I will adjust the color also by the type/ color of the weeds in the lake or the color of the rocks if t here are any.  But almost always colors are in the green & brown family.

When the Bite is off I will use Chartruese with Blue Fleck.  I call it radiation color.  

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My primary summer color is Junebug or Junebug Red - for some reason I have also had good luck with Pumpkin in the fall - but Greenpumpkin is by far the most popular, at least around here.

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watermelon w/ black or watermelon w/ red is my favourite summer time colour.

but green pumpkin is great too.

if i am catching lots of fish, i like to use Bubble gum or bright pink to shock them. they go nuts over this colour.

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In order....

Watermelonseed

Black Neon

Watermelon Candy

Green Pumpkin

Black

smoke

fried tomato

chartruese

Of course, there are some other ones that may work on any given day but these are my go to colors for plastics.

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In order....

Watermelonseed

Black Neon

Watermelon Candy

Green Pumpkin

Black

smoke

fried tomato

chartruese

Of course, there are some other ones that may work on any given day but these are my go to colors for plastics.

"fried tomato" Whats that look like???? :-/

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Green pumkin.

Allen

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Roadkill

watermelon/chart tail

junebug

smoke w/red & black flakes

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In order....

Watermelonseed

Black Neon

Watermelon Candy

Green Pumpkin

Black

smoke

fried tomato

chartruese

Of course, there are some other ones that may work on any given day but these are my go to colors for plastics.

"fried tomato" Whats that look like???? :-/

Here you go :)

http://www.gambler-lures.com/ugotfrto.html

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In my neck of the woods, anything green does the trick. My line-up includes watermelon w/blk flake, watermelon w/blk flake and maybe even watermelon w/blk flake.  ;)

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In my neck of the woods, anything green does the trick. My line-up includes watermelon w/blk flake, watermelon w/blk flake and maybe even watermelon w/blk flake. ;)

What about watermelon with black flake, ya think that would work?

;D ;D ;D

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White.

Contrary to conventional wisdom, my best night time producer for fish ove 5 lbs is a chrome flatfish.

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Green pumpkin, or green pumpkin w/char. tail.  Or watermelon..  I've have had much luck with any other colors.

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I like any realistic color, I have luck with browns and greens. My lake is fairly clear so I tend to start with those.

But I have no problem throwing a black/blue or junebug color which have caught me some fish when nothing else has. I love that new junebug color, smallies seem to like it.

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