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Bass Pro Shops®' Boss Shad is designed to tempt any fish with its high-action paddle tail. The Boss Shad is offered in assorted sizes and a range of terrific looking color patterns—some with a holographic foil insert for added flash and realism. The lure also features a premium hook. Terrific color patterns Premium hook High-action paddle tail
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Good for Alabama rigs? What is the best color for murky/muddy water

asked 2 years ago
by
Gagehalle
 - Chautauqua lake
on Bass Pro Shops Boss Shad
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answer 1
Dark lures work well in muddy water, again because of the silhouette factor, but brighter lures can be good, and white should not be overlooked. Thank you!
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answered 1 month ago
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BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
answer 2
A dark or bright color like the chartreuse
answered 7 months ago
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overlordfisherman123
 - Colorado
answer 3
These are awful - I would look at another item as far as swimbaits go.
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answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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AJHauser
 - Earlville, IL
answer 4
White..
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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reelkraz
 - North Carolina
answer 5
They will wobble a little on an A rig, but still pull in nice bass. and i use bluegill bunker and babybass in murky water, hope this helps
answered 2 years ago
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FishingFanatic0302
 - Golden Gate Estates, FL
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