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Old 04-15-09, 05:44 AM   #1
CCbass
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Default The difference between light and dark water.

I have posted on here and mentioned light and dark water as a reference to a technique. For the younger posters I want to tell the difference, dark for some of us might mean not being able to see very far, hence I can't see my bait very far under the water so it must be dark. Distance of a lures visibility has nothing to do with light or dark as far as water color. Muddy paper bag brown, green from alge = light, very clear or stained brown = dark, the latter regaurdless of visibility. Very clear being the odd ball here but most prey fish will be darker in very clear water lakes compared to the same fish in green or light brown colored waters.
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