Color Factoring Smallmouth Bass

with James Lindner & Jeremy Smith

Color Factoring Smallmouth Bass Video: James Lindner and Jeremy Smith explain how they decide when to use a more natural realistic color pattern and when brighter paint jobs are better.

The color of your lure is an important consideration for most anglers.
For smallmouth bass, they can get very picky at times with certain color patterns triggering them to bite while other ones don’t.

Rapala offers a very big spectrum of patterns and colors available for hard baits and VMC jigs.

Some anglers say that color doesn’t matter, but we believe in the importance of baits colors and lure patterns for catching more smallmouth bass. You’ve probably experienced at one time or another, fishing with a friend, and one of you is getting more bites by simply switching to a different colored lure.

Color Factoring Smallmouth Bass

The benchmark other crankbaits are measured by, the Shad Rap® closely resembles baitfish found the world over. Constructed of premium balsa, it is equally effective cast or trolled, performing from ultra-slow presentations to super fast without fail. Its precise action, detailed finish and proven fish-catching patterns make this a “must-have” bait for all anglers. Hand-tuned and tank-tested for perfection right out of the box. Features super sharp VMC® black nickel treble hooks.

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