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    Cool Muddy Water

    And not the song LOL! I'm sure this has been discussed before but I'm new and would love to hear some of your go to color combinations, body styles, different presentations etc. I know there is a ton of variables but curious what has worked for you in the past. Thanks for helping a beginner out.

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    if its bad its bad man. nothings magic, but do what you can to draw attention to your bait. I already use 2 and 3" plastics and bump them off cover aggressively. I try and only use baits impregnated with scent like yum grubs, but I also use shad spray. in addition for extra muddy water I add a rattle to my jig. blades can also add sound/vibration. for example roadrunners or safety pin spinners. whatever it takes get that bait noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by river scum;[URL="tel:3904645"
    3904645[/URL]]if its bad its bad man. nothings magic, but do what you can to draw attention to your bait. I already use 2 and 3" plastics and bump them off cover aggressively. I try and only use baits impregnated with scent like yum grubs, but I also use shad spray. in addition for extra muddy water I add a rattle to my jig. blades can also add sound/vibration. for example roadrunners or safety pin spinners. whatever it takes get that bait noticed.
    Sound, vibration, if using tubes, injected with crappie nibbles. Slab sauce as attractant, my best colors on plastics chartreuse or chartreuse and blacks or green/black. ICranks is dark colors and the PICOs give off the best sound and vibration due to DIMPLED body vs smooth body lathered in Slab Sauce also.

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    Roadrunner with a black/chartruse curly tail grub.
    Be safe and good luck fishing

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    I don't fish much "muddy" water, but I do occasionally have to fish in very stained to "dirty" water. I use the 2" Slabanator Booty Thumper, made by my friend Slabeye who's a Member Sponsor of the site. Under those "muddy/murky/dirty" conditions, I'd opt for a dark body color & light tail color ... possibly even a "glo" tail color.
    They're available in the 2" & 3" lengths.

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    Whatever jig you’re using, tip with a minner.


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    Chartreuse and black , Chartreuse jig head a good scent.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    I've got a brown/orange twister that really does well in muddy and stained

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    Brown/orange is a go to for me in muddy water.

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    Brown, orange, and gold are great muddy water colors
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