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What color of artificial worms do bass mostly pay more attention to?

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  • bassgittinart@bellsouth.net
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    I fish barkley lake in kentucky and like to fish red shad and june bug.

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  • muskiemaster
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  • muskiemaster
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    dark blue or purple in light water.

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  • TheEasternShoreHunter
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  • TheEasternShoreHunter
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    green pumpkin

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  • DeepWoodsHunter55

  • DeepWoodsHunter55
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    I've always had good luck darker colors they seem to hit them alot more.

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  • dwaynez
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  • dwaynez
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    The most successful worms i have ever used are

    Blue Fleck with Pearl white tail

    Purple with a Fire Tail

    Pumpkinseed

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  • fishin fool

  • fishin fool
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    I have the most luck with dark colors,burgundy,purple, black with glitter flakes in them.

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  • Rebel
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    Red or either blue artifical worms work the best for me so i say those.

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  • kcombes
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    chartuese and with a black lead head

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  • collettja
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    Ive had pretty good luck with a dark blue and if that dosent work for me, a white worm usually does.

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  • renegades
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    dark and blue

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  • shane
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  • shane
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    Sometimes a bright pink or white worm is best. I am personally fond of the dark green ones with little red flecks, whatever that pattern is called. It all depends on the time, place, and conditions.

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  • 2Poppa
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    I get a lot of hot action with the black/silver combo!

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  • lovetohunt
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  • lovetohunt
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    I have had luck with dark blue/ purple

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  • idahooutdoors
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  • idahooutdoors
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    I always like black and pumpkin seed.

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  • Taylor3535
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    I had the opportunity to meet Michael Iaconelli and talk about bass fishing a little. If you don't know, he's one of the top anglers in the Bassmaster's circuit. But anyhow, he had told me that for largemouth the most success he has had came from the dark blue worms with a bullet weight as the head.
    This method ended up working very well for me, landing the biggest largemouth of my life at around 7 lbs.

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