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When to use black

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under what conditions would I want to try black? Or other dull or dark colors? I am talking panfish only. Crappies and Bluegill mainly perch too.
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Black can be a good color at any time but,the further into the late-ice bite we get,it can be the color I use almost exclusively.

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It's like the old saying goes: If it's sunny, use light colors, if it's cloudy use dark colors. And if that doesn't work, do the opposite.

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I have had good luck using black, (summer and winter), when the fish just would not bite anything with color on it. Plain unpainted jigs are also great under these conditions.
Cliff

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