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  • I want to buy some BOOYAH BOO jigs. they have a white one, blue/black, watermelon red, and watermelon pumpkin. what color should

    I want to buy some BOOYAH BOO jigs. they have a white one, blue/black, watermelon red, and watermelon pumpkin. what color should i get?

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    its not dark water but its not too clear either.

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    • #3
      Depends on the water you are fishing, but white is always a safe bet.

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      • #4
        Like matouse said, you can never go wrong with white.

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        • #5
          If you can afford it buy all of them. You never know, a change in color might make 'em hit if you've been hauling water with one color. White and chartreuse work well together in a few different baits, including spinnerbaits.

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