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trophytroutman 11-08-2009 05:11 PM

go to color for winter trout
 
Ive had tremendous luck with pink colored lures(corky fat boy,skitterwalk and devil eyes) for winter trout.What do you have the best luck with?

Big Flounder 11-08-2009 05:15 PM

I love pink and purple baits. My big flounder I caught was on an eletric chicken which is pink and green.

"W" 11-08-2009 05:16 PM

I like a bright color in the winter.......

fishinpox 11-08-2009 05:18 PM

bone or rearl/ chart
openingnight
pink

speckdaddy 11-08-2009 05:47 PM

glow with red tail or white with red tail in pl;astics

fritz20 11-08-2009 08:42 PM

I guess it depends where I am fishing. In general, anything with a chartreuse tail.

eman 11-08-2009 10:46 PM

colors
 
hopedale area - opening night & Smoke w/ red flake
grand isle / leeville - smoke w/ red flake & avacado /red flake ,chartruse tail.

fishinpox 11-08-2009 10:52 PM

last winter in venice we were throwing that morning glory color almost black with the red flake and a truce tail kinda like eman was talkin bout

YellaBlazer 11-08-2009 11:01 PM

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These are my 2 favorite baits for winter trout down in Lafitte.

Left: SWA Salt & Pepper/Silver Phantom w/Chartreuse tail 4" Curl Tail
Right: SWA Treuse Goose 4" Sea Shad

speck-chaser 11-08-2009 11:09 PM

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Originally Posted by YellaBlazer (Post 74300)
These are my 2 favorite baits for winter trout down in Lafitte.

Left: SWA Salt & Pepper/Silver Phantom w/Chartreuse tail 4" Curl Tail
Right: SWA Treuse Goose 4" Sea Shad

I really like that salt and pepper w/chart. tail. You can work it really slow and still get the action out of the tail.

fishinpox 11-08-2009 11:13 PM

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Originally Posted by YellaBlazer (Post 74300)
These are my 2 favorite baits for winter trout down in Lafitte.

Left: SWA Salt & Pepper/Silver Phantom w/Chartreuse tail 4" Curl Tail
Right: SWA Treuse Goose 4" Sea Shad


i got some of those truce goose i just hate the salt water assasian 1 fish and they are done them thing are garbage compared to a dudley

YellaBlazer 11-08-2009 11:21 PM

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Originally Posted by speck-chaser (Post 74307)
I really like that salt and pepper w/chart. tail. You can work it really slow and still get the action out of the tail.

I use those on a popping cork rig with a 1/16 oz head. It has a slow fall that I find works a little better in colder weather. The only downfall with the SWA baits is that they tear up really easy. They will only last for 5-6 trout. On a good day with a few guys on the boat, it's nothing to go through 2-3 packs.

YellaBlazer 11-08-2009 11:25 PM

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Originally Posted by fishinpox (Post 74312)
i got some of those truce goose i just hate the salt water assasian 1 fish and they are done them thing are garbage compared to a dudley

I hear you on that one. If someone else would come out with those colors in a tougher plastic, I wouldn't fish with the SWA. It's nothing to go through a whole pack in a days time. And, if I run into a bunch of ****** trout, it may take 2 packs to get 25 fish in the boat. :shaking:

fritz20 11-08-2009 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by YellaBlazer (Post 74326)
I hear you on that one. If someone else would come out with those colors in a tougher plastic, I wouldn't fish with the SWA. It's nothing to go through a whole pack in a days time. And, if I run into a bunch of ****** trout, it may take 2 packs to get 25 fish in the boat. :shaking:

They do have some great colors, but durability is a major issue. I like using them on a spinner bait. I just grabbed a pack of copper with chart tail that I think will be great for reds. Other then that I have a bunch of packs in my tackle bag that i never touch.

fishinpox 11-08-2009 11:42 PM

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Originally Posted by fritz20 (Post 74335)
They do have some great colors, but durability is a major issue. I like using them on a spinner bait. I just grabbed a pack of copper with chart tail that I think will be great for reds. Other then that I have a bunch of packs in my tackle bag that i never touch.

thats why i cant get you to take that sack of plastics i never use .

YellaBlazer 11-08-2009 11:44 PM

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Originally Posted by fritz20 (Post 74335)
They do have some great colors, but durability is a major issue. I like using them on a spinner bait. I just grabbed a pack of copper with chart tail that I think will be great for reds. Other then that I have a bunch of packs in my tackle bag that i never touch.

I have a whole tackle bag full of plastics that I don't use and in colors that they probably don't make anymore, including those dink catching sand eels...:smokin:

fritz20 11-08-2009 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by YellaBlazer (Post 74338)
I have a whole tackle bag full of plastics that I don't use and in colors that they probably don't make anymore, including those dink catching sand eels...:smokin:

I'll swap all my fragile assassins for your dink catching eels

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thats why i cant get you to take that sack of plastics i never use .
What did you have in there? I took those yellow dudleys from you:grinpimp: They will probably take up space with the rest of the garbage. I like those lemondrops too much.

LaAngler 11-08-2009 11:47 PM

chart works better than pink to me

dudley's are a great bait, my fav is the glow/chart, they dont twist my line like a sand eely wheel


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