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Hey guys if you only could have one color in your tackle box what would it be? This would be for every kind of fish.

I would have to choose Chartuse green I have had the all around best luck with this color for just about every speices of fish.

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White

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agreed

white

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Ditto on the white.

Besides, I'm colorblind so almost everything looks black or white to me.

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White or white/yellow for me.

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White as well

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White here too.

I think it is very universal because almost every fish in the water has white on them somewhere. This makes white a good choice because it can mimic in some way nearly all baitfish in the water.

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I can't do it!

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Puce.

Just kidding.

White

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Blueberry Muffin or Watermelon. One of the two....Such a hard decision.

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Cant do 1 color for everything so here is what I came up with.

Jigs- Chart

Spoons- Pink with black dots

Sticks- Blueberry muffin Right on Cheffrey!!

Cranks- Firetiger

Plastics- Smelt or Pro Blue

Flashers- Greens

Flies- Little Boy Blue

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I've always had my best luck w/ chartruese.

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All the white responses surprised me. I will try white more often. I seem to have my best luck winter or summer with glow jigs the ones that are kinda yellow. This is a great site.

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One color? Can't do that, one lure-one color, Black Rooster Tail.

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I pick BEER...is that a color?, Using one color usually means having more time to drink beer. grin.gif

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Purple with sparkles, the homemade variety.

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doesn't matter what color if you have enough beer and I am also suprised at all the white. I just haven't had the luck with white. Come on Dietz you can do it.

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Chartruese or fire/bright orange! Deadly for anything in my book!

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I like white, but the one one color that I have on most often for the species I fish for (walleyes, bass, pike, musky and lake trout) is ORANGE.

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Man what a ? I think it would be white for me also,but yellow and green are up there on the list.

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