Best Colors for Soft Plastics

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BassFishin76
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Best Colors for Soft Plastics

Post by BassFishin76 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:43 am

What are the best colors for some of the popular soft plastics that would be used for bass? (senko, brush hog, tubes, etc.)

brendanc
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Best Colors for Soft Plastics

Post by brendanc » Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:21 am

Sorry to answer a question with a question, but it helps to know what area you are from (or plan to fish)?

As for my personal favorites black, black/blue, melon pepper, green pumpkin, white and chartreuse.
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BassFishin76
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Best Colors for Soft Plastics

Post by BassFishin76 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 5:01 pm

I mainly fish from shore for large mouth bass in stained canals, ponds and decent sized lakes. I'm from New Jersey, Middlesex county.

ukey28
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Best Colors for Soft Plastics

Post by ukey28 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:53 am

For plastic worms
Tannic Stained water (Dark brown)- Black Grape is my choice
Green stained water - Blue
Clear water pumpkinseed, green pumpkin, purple,
Producto worms

Tubes
clear water smoke /red and back flake
Dark water - Black blue tails

Stick baits.
Green pumpkin and black grape
Frank : Bassin' USA Prostaff : New York

allenray
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Best Colors for Soft Plastics

Post by allenray » Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:01 pm

Well of course Green pumpkin, Watermeleon candy,Black with red flake,June bug are the mainstays. but I also use red shad, smoke and pearl,watermeleon red. Most of the waters I fish are clear to slightly stained. so the more natural colors prodominate.But the darker the water the darker the lure.

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