The Best All Around Lure
- Blog Post by: Larry Bollig
- June 13, 2009 - 5:21 PM
I, personallly, do not think color is that important. I usually buy black jig heads. Their weights will range from one-sixteenth ounce to one-fourth ounce for casting and up to one-half ounce for vertical jigging. The plastic bodies will range from three to six inches long and I prefer swimming tails, i.e., Mister Twister style. Best colors for me are black, white and chartreuse.
If I was allowed only one lure to fish with, it would be a one-eighth ounce jig with a six inch worm (swimming style) , white for clear water or black for darker or stained water either cast or trolled. All species of fish will bite it.
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