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  • rudyglove27
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  • rudyglove27
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    Black and Gold!

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  • FloridaHunter1226
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    Whatever color the bait fish are in the lake/pond or body of water that you are fishing... it all depends on the color of the fish/worms/frogs that the bass eat. Checkout the local wildlife and look on the ground to see what color would look best.

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  • nathan.grell
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    I have always had good luck with black and gold, but it all depends on the water and if the sun is out and so forth. normally you cant go wrong if you have a lot of black in a lure because fish pick that up pretty easily.

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  • muskiemaster
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    fire tiger and regular brown and black. A crayfish pattern works good for bedded bass.

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  • kyle
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    FIRE TIGER, FIRE TIGER, FIRE TIGER do I need to say it again? FIRE TIGER, you are right on Ralph. Most of the takle in my box is FIRE TIGER

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  • Big O
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    Silver body/black,blue top rattle-trap. My favorite.

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  • Ralph the Rifleman
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    Fire Tiger; hands down!

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