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    Picking colors could very well be an important factor in your success rate. Although you could probably catch fish on any color many anglers lean towards using these colors for different types of water. Again we are not saying this is what you can only catch bass on. Remember: expierement! If you would like to add more information to this section to help out other anglers please e-mail tips@howtobass.com with your information.

Muddy/Murky water

   - Black, Black/Blue, Black/Red, Black/Purple, chartreuse, white, any combination of those colors and florescent colors as well.

Clear water

   - Green, Brown, pumpkin seed in combination, white, blue.

    Have more input? Send it over to us and we will get it posted!