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    Thank you all. You guys are the best.
    One other question this morning.
    If you could only take one of these, what would it be?
    A tube, stinger tail or hand tie.

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    That's a hard decision, would probably depend upon the time of year. Prespawn tubes. Baby shad are hard to beat any time. I have confidence in hand ties so I'm buyst, they work year round for me.

    The 3 colors my friend (the best crappie fishermen I know) uses arky tubes in black chartreuse, red chartreuse, and yellow and white.

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    I like the Bobby Garland style bodies. I also fish hand tied jigs when I decide to make them
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    I am a hand tie only kind of guy but thats just my preference others work well I just the satisfaction of tricking a few with a lure I help make


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    Quote Originally Posted by lowe175 View Post
    In my opinion this gets more attention than it should, most days they will hit what ever you put on front of them. I may have 1 or 2 days that they are picky a year. With that said in dark water I start with black and chartreuse. In the fall I want even take my box, just some white and chartreuse 16oz marabou jigs. The best crappie fishermen in know has 3 colors in his box. He has been doing that for 40 years and catches more than anyone I know.

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    I agree. I think people don't weigh in all the factors when they think a new jig color started catching fish for them. I think, more often than not, you just got on the fish, or they just started to bite. I change colors based on the water color and the light. But, I think you can catch every crappie out there with a natural color, a bright color, and a dark color.

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    I believe that you catch fish on the colors you have the most faith in. I fish with people that use different colors than I do but we both catch fish. Some times I will tie on their color and I canít buy a fish then put back on the colors I like and start catching them. So I would say it is the color you prefer.


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