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best dipsy color for salmon

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best dipsy color for salmon

hey guys want to pick your brains what do you guys think is the best color dipsy to use for salmon want to see the thoughts on this.  Thanks 

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Black is good. I like paint my own. Like chrome wt green dots and green outer ring.


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any color will work as long if its black

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Green and not green. I leave them on the rods when stored. Green goes to starboard side. Not green (currently purple) goes to port. Never need to worry about them being set incorrectly. I really don't believe the color of the dipsy matters as much to the fish as it does the fisherman.

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Black, black, black, and black. I will change it up once in a while and throw a custom green white dot out, but mostly always black


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Clear.

 

Ive used purple and black as well, but the Clear ones always seem to catch more fish... regardless of wether its walleye, steel, or salmon

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I always used black and sometimes clear but black is my go to color 

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Black (looks like I should buy some clear)


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Black (looks like I should buy some clear)


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Why, what did you see?!?!?! Lol

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Why, what did you see?!?!?! Lol

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LOL !! I saw LOU members talking about how great clear dipsies work. I have to admit, I get caught up with what people say works and I need to do more 'figuring out what works' on my own. Equipment helps, but experience and time on the water is what matters most.


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44 minutes ago, LakerTaker said:


LOL !! I saw LOU members talking about how great clear dipsies work. I have to admit, I get caught up with what people say works and I need to do more 'figuring out what works' on my own. Equipment helps, but experience and time on the water is what matters most.


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:yes::yes:  Have to admit .... I'm guilty of that myself

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Black, chrome or white whill catch all the fish you could ever ask for. Expriment with lead lengths on you boat for your program. I run 12 ft leads to flashers and flies or meat. I started using john kings super snubbers last year and really like them for keeping the kings stuck. I only run wire divers and use 124mm deeper divers for highs and lows. Highs get a weight and bottom from a 107mm diver or an old luhr jenson diver. Highs on 3 lows on 1.5

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