This Is The Best Artificial Lure Color For Clear Water
What does a fish see when they look up at your lure above them during the day?
Does color play a role or is it more profile?
This can be a huge factor when choosing your lure color based on the conditions.
See the answers below!!
Best Artificial Lure Color For Clear Water [VIDEO]
These lures were tested in clear water during sunny conditions to see which one stands out the most:
The Slam Shady is somewhat noticeable under super clear conditions.
It doesn’t stand out too much looking up at the clear sky in the background.
It’s more of a subtle presentation in clear water to finicky fish.
It’s a little more noticeable than the Slam Shady.
Would work better in dirty or cloudy water conditions.
The darkest colored paddletail.
It contrasts really well against the clear water and blue skies.
Because it stands out so much, it could potentially spook fish if you are using darker colors in clear water.
If the fish are being aggressive, this could be an easy way to grab their attention and get them to strike!
If you are fishing in a school of baitfish or want to get the attention of aggressive fish, the gold digger will contrast against the clear and bright colors.
But, if the fish are finicky and skittish it might scare them away because of how noticeable it is.
In that case, grab the Slam Shady as it will not stand out as much and as a natural baitfish color.
And if the water is a little cloudy, grab the F.R.E.D. pink paddletail!
Lure color is important but if you have a light color, a dark color, and a color in the middle, you can set yourself up for more success!
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