Beads

Discussion in 'Center Pin Fishing' started by johnsonk, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. 1MoreKast

    1MoreKast

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    I was in New York a couple weekends ago and caught multiple fish on the Super UV Peach and Super UV Tomato. I noticed when the sun came out and brightened up the water I had to go to more natural colors like Ontari-roe. Made a big difference.
     
  2. ausable_steelhead

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    Same thing as bags. Sometimes a different look is what they want. For me, that is a lot of the fun in bead fishing; finding that color or colors, they’re really keyed into.
     
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  3. slightofhand

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    True. I cycled through three kind of natural toned deathroe beads the other day until they finally started hitting on one. Then they turned off it later and went for a different hue. I love soft beads so easy to switch out. No re tie just slide on and off and reuse them