The fall months bring a smorgasbord of baitfish to the shallows, but how do you make your plastic selection stand out and and get chewed? Elite Series pro Jason Christie stays on his shallow flipping game, but rather than change up his tactic, he believes the answer lies in selecting the right color. He shows us his 2 favorite fall colors in this short video - one for sunny conditions and the other for overcast, which he says get reaction strikes when other colors of the same bait fail to get bit.
2 Soft Plastic Colors for Fall Bass Success
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