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SEwalleye

Has anyone found certain colors to work better on Big/Little Pine, and Ottertail. I have heard that BLUE is a good color for Ottertail, but it hasn't seemed to be more productive than any other color I've tried. Thanks for the input!

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Paul Rohweller

I still like some of the old traditional colors like red and white and gold for my spinner rigs, been good to me over the years.
Crankbaits #1 choice for all three lakes is a #5 firetiger shad rap with the old paint job. Silver blue is a close second on ottertail especially at night. The skys the limit on color choices nowadays. mix it up and you might suprise yourself!! Paul

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