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Choosing worm colors

Updated: February 6, 2006, 4:35 PM ET
By Larry Nixon | Bassmaster University Instructor

When I'm looking for bass, I keep my worm color selection simple. I rely on watermelon, green pumpkin, purple, junebug, and blue fleck.

If the water is stained and dirty, I use dark worms, like purple and black, black with blue tail, or black with chartreuse tail. In clear water, I use light shades.

For big worms, I use dark colors, but for small worms I use light shades. This is because I use larger worms in dingy water or at night, and small worms in clear water.

In the late ...

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