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Favorite Glow Colors

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What are some of your favorite glow colors? We now have a number of colors out there. I like the go to green, red, and has anyone tried blue? Fish On

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Blue is a go to color in the dusky time of day for me. I've had it work well in open water too when things get clouded up.

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glow red,glow red,and did I say glow red? Sounds like I'd better get some glow blue! Remember "there's always room for more tackle!"

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When I'm fishing stained water I always start with Red on one rod and Blue on the other. On other water I'm always starting with the green Demons with orange or pink heads.

[This message has been edited by Kidd (edited 12-30-2003).]

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Thanks for the replys. Now I need one more thing, what style of jigs do you use for panfish/walleyes? Thanks Fish On

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We use Glow red, Glow Blue, Glow Green the Phelps snake, tick jig and glow spoons they glow for a long time they are nice. we catch a lot of fish with these.

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White/glow color seems to be my best.
I normally use glow color octopus hooks or some Demons w/green or red head.

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Apparently we forgot about the water...not all lakes are created equal= there is no one universal color. Only one color that works well for each of us on a given body of water. That God tackle companies have broad minds.

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It depends on what lake and species I am fishing for. On URL I only use glow red, while walleye fishing any lake I love blue. Glow/Pink is a good combo for me on any panfish adventure. It all depends...

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