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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    I'll go back to the wooly bugger. My guess is that at least 90% of the WB's sold in the US are either solid black or solid olive.

    Likewise, if you just go with solid white and solid chartreuse for crappie, you'll be covered in most situations. Throw in a few color variations if you like, but I just don't think you need 47 different colors/styles to catch crappie.
    I agree. In a way.
    Species and water clarity.
    Youíll never catch a sacalait by my house on an all olive jig w/o the perfect conditions.
    If ya want to wait in that condition, be prepared to sit.
    But not fun to tie solid white or chartreuse all the time. And if you fish a muddy river system in the south thatís also affected by salt water lake tides, orange is a must somewhere. Might as well mix it up if ya got it. Ifís not, you can catch more fish on a cotton ball and piece of corn than anything.

    But I will say a blue n white pattern will save a day when nothing else is working. At least on my shelf. Pink head with blue body in marabou or rabbit will hit when nothing else will for me. Doesnít have to be fancy.
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    Might just be superstition, but Iím good with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micropterus salmoides View Post
    Youíll never catch a sacalait by my house on an all olive jig w/o the perfect conditions.
    Agreed. It's a good trout color, but I'd never use it for crappie.


    Quote Originally Posted by Micropterus salmoides View Post
    But not fun to tie solid white or chartreuse all the time.
    Also agreed.
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    These have caught BGs not sure about Crappie

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    Beautiful jigs LedHed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LedHed View Post
    These have caught BGs not sure about Crappie

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    We often used the solid black pattern to catch crappie & BG in the MS delta river lakes many years ago...


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    Consensus leads me to believe my wooly buggers need to metamorphisis in color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LedHed View Post
    These have caught BGs not sure about Crappie
    These jigs look really good LedHed!

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    I appreciate the replies. My goal is to fish Utah crappie spawn to spawn. Northern Utah fisheries don't focus on panfish as much as their trout and trophy fishes. I'm transplant here myself. ����

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeetbum View Post
    One of the patterns that is alway# on my line or in my box is a gray ghost, or a slight variation. Bare leadhead, gray or silver body and a gray maribou or hackle tail with no more than a couple of pieces of flashy stuff of your choice. All the colors already suggested work well also but this is a proven winner for me, from 1/64oz and up.
    I am with you.
    Bare lead head, gray body with a gray and black hackle tail is my year round go to jig
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    Black/char always...
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