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Im still trying to figure that out. i used to fish white...but now im thinking black or darker colors might stand out more. regardless of color, anything that produces vibration or rattle will help the fish key in on it easier when the visibility is limited due to murky water.
 

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Its 4am, and im sitting here at work...reading a "Field and Stream"...what do you know though, it has an answer to your question---

"in tannic or murky water, stock up with gold flash, yellows, oranges, browns, and black. Clear water calls for silver flash and naturally imitative colors like white, dun, tan, olive, and grey. Chartreuse and moss green is good in any water. and a splash of red never hurt..."
 

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I agree;
I think I heard the same thing as far as colors and gold/murky silver/clear
and from what I've seen chartruese worx in both, totally clear and about 1 ft deep visability
 

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Check out my mineral county river post to see what i used ill have pics put on soon it was a whte rooster tail with a golden blade
 
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