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Old 12-06-2017, 04:52 PM
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Like Bwackwabbit says color matters particularly in deep or murky water.

When fishin W/W's for Whites, most people sight fish and are in shallower water. At times, Whites like something flashy & they can be curious & will come over for a look or see if they can scrounge a free meal after a perch/walleye/pike get caught or you loose your bait and it settles down to the bottom. When you get bored, put on a tiny flashy spoon I like to use Vibro and a brighter colored W/W about 12-14" above it, pound the bottom stir up the sand/silt and twitch the W/W a couple times you may be surprised what comes for a look. I've had good success on the candy cane yellow/orange or bright green colors.

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